Zainab Chatbi, Oussama Lamzouri, Bilal Hisseine Ousman, Hafsa Taheri, Hanane Saadi and Ahmend Mimouni
This article discusses two case studies of breast cancer in women. In the first case, a 44-year-old woman had a large, asymmetrical breast mass, which was diagnosed as a rare benign phyllode tumor measuring 11 cm. The second case involved a 39-year-old woman who had an infected and ulcerated breast tumor classified as T4dN1MX, which was found to be a well-differentiated infiltrating and keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma measuring 6.5 cm in thickness. The cases highlight the importance of considering rare breast tumors and thorough clinical and radiological evaluation in the diagnosis and management of breast cancer.
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