Breast - Pathology - Lecture Slides, Slides for Pathology. Alagappa University

Pathology

Description: Breast, Lactiferous Ducts, Three Normal Phases, Stroma Ratio, Breast Pathology, Milkline Remnants, Accessory Breast Tissue, Nipple Inversion, Malignant Epithelial. A lecture from Pathology course to teach you a topic. Key points are given above.
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BREAST
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HISTOLOGY
LOBE: (10 in whole breast)
LOBULE: (many per lobe)
ACINUS/I, aka ALVEOLUS/I: (many
per lobule)
DUCT(S): INTRA- or INTER-
LOB(UL)AR, leading to the lactiferous
ducts in the nipple
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THREE NORMAL
PHASES
ACTIVE: about 50-50
Gland/Stroma ratio
LACTATING: Mostly Glands (like
thyroid!!!), >>>50/50
ATROPHIC: mostly stroma,
<<<50/50
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The most important
thing to understand
breast pathology is to
get a solid IMAGE of the
“NORMAL” breast
lobule----ACINI,
STROMA, BOUNDARIES
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