b) Lobular Neoplasia

Lobular neoplasia is often an incidental finding in breast tissue resected for other purposes. It is clinically silent and mammographically invisible. In most cases, management is dictated by the other lesion present in the breast (e.g. DCIS or invasive breast cancer). This topic is concerned with the diagnosis, management and follow up of lobular carcinoma in situ and atypical lobular hyperplasia.

Clinical Oncology