Secretory carcinoma of the breast in adults

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Six examples of a breast neoplasm distinguished by gross and microscopic circumscription and prominent intracellular and intraacinar mucin are presented. These neoplasms are analogous to similar tumors which, although rare, more characteristically occur in the breasts of children. They apparently are slow-growing lesions and none manifested either local recurrence or metastases.

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