invasive lobular breast carcinoma

Is a Neoplastic Process.

"An infiltrating lobular adenocarcinoma. The malignant cells lack cohesion and are arranged individually or in a linear manner (Indian files), or as narrow trabeculae within the stroma. The malignant cells are usually smaller than those of ductal carcinoma, are less pleomorphic, and have fewer mitotic figures."

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