Sarcoma of the Breast: Implications of the Extent of Local Therapy

North, James H.; McPhee, Michael; Arredondo, Mark; Edge, Stephen B.
November 1998
American Surgeon;Nov1998, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p1059
Academic Journal
Reviews the medical records and tumor registry data of 25 patients with breast sarcoma treated at Roswell Park Center Institute in Buffalo, New York from 1964 to 1995. Angiosarcoma as common histologic type of breast sarcoma; Delay in seeking medical attention; Mastectomy as predominant form of local therapy; Overall survival rate; Survival and local control.


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