Invasive intracystic papillary carcinoma of the male breast: A case report of a 79 year male with advanced breast cancer at presentation

Der Muonir Edmund, Bandoh JD, Robilu M, Mainatu G, Kyereh M


Published data on male breast cancers (MBCs) are scare in Ghana. We report a case of breast cancer in a 79-year old man, who presented at the Tamale Teaching surgical unit with a clinically advanced stage of the disease. He had modifified mastectomy and an invasive intracystic papillary cancer was diagnosed histologically. Immunohistochemically, this tumour was ER+/PR+ /HER2-However, hormonal therapy could not be started, for the 79-year old before he died in the third week after being discharge from the hospital.

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Case Reports in Clinical Pathology

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