tubular carcinoma

tubular carcinoma
1. an adenocarcinoma in which the cells are arranged in the form of tubules. 2. a type of breast cancer in which small glandlike structures are formed and infiltrate the stroma; it usually develops from an earlier ductal carcinoma in situ and is rarely metastatic.

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