Synchronous bilateral invasive breast carcinoma

Kasturi Chikhlikar, Anne Wilkinson, Kalpana Bothale


Bilateral  breast  carcinomas  are  uncommon  lesions,  with  most  evidence  supporting  them  to  be  independent tumours and not metastatic tumours. Synchronous breast carcinomas are carcinomas which arise within 3 months from  the  diagnosis  of  the  first  tumour .  We  report  a  case  of  synchronous  bilateral  breast  cancer  in  a  32-year-old  lady.

Keywords: Synchronous, Breast carcinoma

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