Dr. Chandrakala Joshi, Dr. Renuka Gahine, Dr. Vanita Bhaskar, Dr. R. P. Siddqui
Abstract: Male breast disease comprise a wide spectrum of benign and malignant processes. We present the spectrum of diseases encountered at our institution over the past 2 years ( Jan 2017-December 2018) and describe their histopathological appearances. There are variety of lesions are observed during the study period, including both nonneoplastic and neoplastic. Male breast malignancy though rare must be considered. The most frequently encountered pathological characteristic is invasive and the predominant histologic subtypes are infiltrating ductal carcinoma.
Keywords: Male breast, Benign, Malignant, Apocrine