Author(s): Roorda AK, Hansen JP, Rider JA, Huang S, Rider DL, Roorda AK, Hansen JP, Rider JA, Huang S, Rider DL
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Abstract A 70-year-old woman with congenital bilateral accessory nipples developed a clinical mass and pain in the left accessory breast tissue. Excision revealed a T2 invasive ductal carcinoma with an identifiable in situ component. No masses were present in the normal breast, and 9 years after surgery, radiation therapy, and tamoxifen there has been no recurrence either in the ipsilateral affected accessory or normal breast tissue.
This article was published in Breast J
and referenced in Breast Cancer: Current Research