Breast cancer is a malignant disease which is the most common and frequent cause of cancer-induced deaths in women. Globally, it accounts for 22% of all cancers occurred in females; out of which about 80% are invasive ductal carcinomas (IDCs). Carcinoma of the breast comes out also leading cause of cancer related morbidity and mortality in Indian women population. Methodical early detection through screening, effective investigative pathways and optimal treatment have the ability to lessen current breast cancer mortality rates. A fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) sample or needle core biopsy (NCB) specimen is commonly used for the pathological assessment. FNAC is relatively noninvasive, simple and economical procedure, which has been used for over a century
Citation: Boruah D, Srinivas V, Belagavi SG (2014) Morphometric Study of Nuclei in FNAC of Breast Lesion and its Role in Diagnosis of Malignancy. J Cytol Histol 5:274.