Invasive lobular carcinoma histopathology diagram
Under the microscope , invasive lobular carcinoma of breast appears as a tumor composed of small cells , alike in morphology, which form strands to lie around ducts . This is known as the Bulls Eye Appearance.
VivaVoce: Invasive lobular CA form 5-10 percent of breast tumors. The most common site invasive lobular carcinoma will metastasize to is Cerebrospinal Fluid, followed by serosal surfaces and ovaries.
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