Nekita Patel* and Shagun Shrestha
Department of Internal Medicine, Oklahoma State University Medical Center, USAFulltext PDF
Primary breast sarcoma is a rare breast malignancy that can present as a palpable nodule with rapid increase in size. Given its rarity and similar presentation to that of the ominous metaplastic carcinoma, diagnosis may not be made until thorough histopathologic evaluation is performed.
Here we present the case of a 54-year-old female who was found to have primary breast sarcoma at the time of tissue diagnosis.
Patel N, Shrestha S. Rare Primary Sarcoma of the Breast in a 54-year-old Female: A Case Report. Oncol Case Report J. 2020;3(2):1023..