inflammatory carcinoma of breast

inflammatory carcinoma of breast
a highly malignant carcinoma of the breast, presenting with pink to red skin discoloration, tenderness, edema, and rapid enlargement of the breast; it usually invades dermal lymphatic vessels.

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