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Breast Pathology

Beyond diagnosis

The Breast Pathology Unit is comprised by a dedicated team of Pathologists providing excellent services. The anatomopathological evaluation in this area involves the study of microbiopsy and surgical specimens, carrying out extemporaneous exams, and determining important biomarkers for the treatment and prognosis of breast disease.

Unit Coordinator

This team actively engages with multidisciplinary breast pathology teams and believes this is a crucial step towards a comprehensive understanding of the disease.

IMP Exams

Immunohistochemical tests
Biomarkers (estrogen receptors, progesterone receptors, Ki67, and Cerb-B2)
Study of mutations in BRCA 1 / BRCA 2 genes
Prosigna / PAM50
Study of PIK3CA mutations

Most frequent pathologies

Fibrocystic breast changes
Benign epithelial proliferation with / without microcalcifications
Carcinoma in situ (DCIS, LCIS)
Invasive carcinoma (different subtypes)
Phyllodes tumor
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