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What is a mucinous carcinoma?
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: The term is used
In ovarain cancers and rarely in breast cancer, also called colloid carcinoma there.
It shows cell making mucin, usually from a tumor with the characteristics of an adenocarcinoma.

In brief: The term is used
In ovarain cancers and rarely in breast cancer, also called colloid carcinoma there.
It shows cell making mucin, usually from a tumor with the characteristics of an adenocarcinoma.
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