A wide range of post-radiotherapy vascular lesions can occur, ranging from Benign lymph-angiomatous papule of the skin (BLAP), to Atypical vascular Lesions (AVL) and post-RT angiosarcomas (Post-RT AS). The relationship between benign and malignant post-RT breast lesions and their prognostic features is still controversial.

Corradini, A.G., Asioli, S., Morandi, L., Brotto, M., Righi, A., Iommi, M., et al. (2020). Post-radiotherapy vascular lesions of the breast: immunohistochemical and molecular features of 74 cases with long term follow up and literature review. HISTOPATHOLOGY, 77(2), 293-302 [10.1111/his.14090].

Post-radiotherapy vascular lesions of the breast: immunohistochemical and molecular features of 74 cases with long term follow up and literature review

Corradini, Angelo G
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
Asioli, Sofia
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
;
Morandi, Luca
Investigation
;
Iommi, Marica
Methodology
;
Agostinelli, C
Supervision
;
Rucci, Paola
Methodology
;
Foschini, Maria P
Supervision
2020

Abstract

A wide range of post-radiotherapy vascular lesions can occur, ranging from Benign lymph-angiomatous papule of the skin (BLAP), to Atypical vascular Lesions (AVL) and post-RT angiosarcomas (Post-RT AS). The relationship between benign and malignant post-RT breast lesions and their prognostic features is still controversial.
2020
Corradini, A.G., Asioli, S., Morandi, L., Brotto, M., Righi, A., Iommi, M., et al. (2020). Post-radiotherapy vascular lesions of the breast: immunohistochemical and molecular features of 74 cases with long term follow up and literature review. HISTOPATHOLOGY, 77(2), 293-302 [10.1111/his.14090].
Corradini, Angelo G; Asioli, Sofia; Morandi, Luca; Brotto, Maurizio; Righi, Alberto; Iommi, Marica; Agostinelli, C; Rucci, Paola; Asioli, Silvia; Sapi...espandi
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