Male Breast Cancer: Presenting as Synchronous, Large, Bilateral Masses FD07-FD08
Dr. Sunil Vitthalrao Jagtap,
Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University, Karad,
Male breast cancer is a very rare neoplasm which accounts for 1% of all breast cancers. A 70-year-old male presented with a rapidly growing, bilateral breast masses with large size, surface ulceration and bloody discharge. Synchronous bilateral breast cancer was diagnosed by using fine needle aspiration cytology, mammography, ultrasonography and incisional biopsy. Histopathological studies revealed invasive ductal carcinoma (not otherwise specified), which was of grade III in left breast and of grade II in right breast. We are presenting this case with its clinico-pathological findings, as synchronous bilateral breast cancer occurs extremely rarely in males.