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Adenoacanthoma, Mammary Gland, Mouse

  • Sabine Rehm
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

Adenoacanthomas of the mouse mammary gland are grossly similar to other tumor types of this organ, i. e., they are round or coarsely nodular, well-cirumscribed, and easily separated from adjacent normal tissue. However, adenoacanthomas contain areas of yellowish or white flaky material on the cut surface in regions of extensive keratinization.

Synonyms

Adenosquamous carcinoma mammary gland adenocarcinoma with squamous or epidermoid metaplasia keratinizing mammary gland tumor 

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