Nothing is impossible: radiation induced angiosarcoma of breast in a male patient
AffiliationDepartment of Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester M204BX, UK
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AbstractBreast cancer in men is rare and only about 390 men in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer each year with an incidence rate in the UK of 1.5 cases per 100 000 men. In addition, the increased use of radiotherapy for management of breast cancer has led to a reported increase of radiation induced angiosarcomas (RIAS) with an incidence of 0.05-0.3%. Here we report a unique and extremely rare case of RIAS of breast in a male patient. To our knowledge this is the only case in the literature of a radiation induced angiosarcoma of the breast in a male.
CitationTsapralis N, Vlachogiorgos A, Pham H, Mowatt D. Nothing is impossible: radiation induced angiosarcoma of breast in a male patient. J Surg Case Rep. 2019 May;2019(5):rjz158.
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