Male Breast Carcinoma: A Clinical and Pathological Review
Male breast carcinomas (MBCs) are rare neoplasms that account for 0.1% of all male cancers. Still, there are 2000 new cases of MCB diagnosed annually in the United States. Because of its rarity, data regarding the etiology, risk factors, diagnosis, management, and prognosis of MBC are limited. MBC shares some similarities with female breast carcinoma (FBC). This review will address the important clinical, histopathological, immunohistochemical and molecular features, genetics, management, and prognosis of MBC.