Primary breast cancers with cartilaginous and osseous components are quite rare. We recently treated a 51-year-old woman suffering from primary breast cancer with predominant cartilaginous and osseous components, adjacent to a component of intraductal carcinoma. We discuss the management of this tumor with a review of the literature.
- Carcinoma with cartilaginous and osseous type metaplasia
- Extraosseous osteosarcoma
- Primary breast cancer
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging
- Pharmacology (medical)