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Inflammatory Breast Cancer

  • Inflammatory breast cancer

    Symptoms of inflammatory breast cancer include swelling (edema) and redness (erythema) that affect a third or more of the breast. The skin of the breast may also appear pink, reddish purple, or bruised. In addition, the skin may have ridges or appear pitted, like the skin of an orange (called peau d'orange).
    Inflammatory breast cancer is typically considered a locally-advanced breast cancer and is treated aggressively with surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and/or HER2 targeted therapy as appropriate.
    According to the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program, the IBC incidence rate per 100,000 woman-years increased from 2.0 in 1988–1990 to 2.5 (P <.001) in 1997–1999, whereas the non-IBC rate decreased from 108 to 101 (P = .0084).3 This article presents a review of IBC that includes a real case scenario of a patient with IBC.

  • Inflammatory breast cancer

    Inflammatory breast cancer can be difficult to diagnose. Often, there is no lump that can be felt during a physical exam or seen in a screening mammogram. In addition, most women diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer have dense breast tissue, which makes cancer detection in a screening mammogram more difficult.

  • Inflammatory breast cancer

    Inflammatory breast cancer can be difficult to diagnose. Often, there is no lump that can be felt during a physical exam or seen in a screening mammogram. In addition, most women diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer have dense breast tissue, which makes cancer detection in a screening mammogram more difficult. Also, because inflammatory breast cancer is so aggressive, it can arise between scheduled screening mammograms and progress quickly. The symptoms of inflammatory breast cancer may be mistaken for those of mastitis, which is an infection of the breast, or another form of locally advanced breast cancer.
     

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