Deepesh Kalra, Shalu Gupta, Sami Anwar Khan and Bhanu Kaushik
Sawai Man Singh Medical College, India
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Surgery Curr Res
Meta-plastic breast carcinoma is very rare neoplasm. We report a case of meta-plastic breast carcinoma containing characteristic features of infiltrating ductal carcinoma and chondrosarcoma. A 62 year-old female presented with complaint of a lump in the right breast for the last 2 years. FNAC was suggestive of mucinous tumor. Tru-cut biopsy had been performed outside our institution, which was suggestive of a ductal carcinoma with mucinous component. Modified radical mastectomy of the right breast was performed and histopathology was suggestive of infiltrating ductal carcinoma and chondosarcoma of the right breast. All resected lymph nodes were free of metastasis. Immunohistochemistry was suggestive of a meta-plastic carcinoma with components of ductal carcinoma and chondrosarcoma with moderately positive ER, negative PR, positive pan-cytokeratin in ductal carcinoma component, positive S-100 and KI-67.
Deepesh Kalra is the senior Surgeon/Consultant at the Sawai Man Singh Medical College, India and Professor of Plastic Surgery. He has completed his graduation in medical from the prestigious King Georges Medical College Lucknow India and his Post-graduation (MS) in General Surgery from King Georges Medical College Lucknow. He was trained in the field of Craniofacial Surgery by Prof. Ian T. Jackson of the Mayo Clinic USA. Further he was trained in the field of Microvascular Surgery by Dr. Robert Acland of USA. He has successfully performed more than 15 thousand operation. He has delivered several lectures at national and international seminars and presented more than 100 research papers. He has published several new techniques and published more than 20 research paper in national and international journals.