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Tubular Adenoma of the Breast presenting as Fungating mass: A Rare entity

Surender Verma,Mridul Gera,Pradeep Garg,Anjali Verma,Ashish Yadav,Rashmi Rani,Swaran Singh Yadav.

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Tubular adenoma is a rare and benign tumor of breast occurring especially in young women of reproductive age. Grossly, they appear as solid circumscribed masses. Microscopically they are composed of tubular structures. We describe a case of this rare, benign tumor in a 26-year-old which was initially treated as fibroadenoma but later presented as fungating mass. Surgical excision was done and on histopathological examination confirmed features of tubular adenoma. Keeping a possibility of tubular adenomas in fungating masses of breast will help to go for more conservative approach rather than radical surgeries.

Key words: Adenoma, Breast lesion, Fungating mass

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