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Clinicopathological study of male breast lesion: An experience in a regional cancer center, Odisha

Subrat Samantara, Sasmita Panda, Sashibhusan Dash, Sagarika Samantaray, Niranjan Rout.

Abstract
Background: Breast cancer in males is relatively uncommon, accounting for

Key words: Male Breast Cancer; Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology; Gynecomastia



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