See also general practice points, malignant microcalcification (1) and benign microcalcification parts 1, 2 & 3



Invasive carcinomas & calcs


See also Tubular carcinoma

Grade 1 carcinoma and calcs
Grade 1 carcinoma with luminal (red arrows) and stromal (blue arrows) calcs
Grade 1 carcinoma and luminal calcs - detail
Grade 1 carcinoma and luminal calcs (red arrows) - detail
Invasive lobular carcinoma and calcs
Invasive lobular carcinoma with adjacent stromal calcs
Invasive lobular carcinoma and luminal calcs - detail
Invasive lobular carcinoma and associated calcs - detail
Invasive carcinoma NST Grade 2 and stromal calcs
Grade 2 invasive carcinoma NST with adjacent stromal calcs - also 'Mouse-over'
Grade 3 invasive carcinoma and calcs Grade 3 invasive carcinoma and calcs
Invasive carcinoma NST Grade 3 with microcalcification
Invasive carcinoma NST Grade 3 and stromal calcs
Grade 3 invasive carcinoma NST with adjacent stromal calcs
Invasive carcinoma NST Grade 3 and stromal calcs - detail
Grade 3 invasive carcinoma NST with adjacent stromal calcs - detail

Calcification of carcinoma within lymphatic channels


Coarse luminal calcification within tumour in lymphatics
Coarse luminal calcification within tumour in lymphatics
Coarse luminal calcification within tumour in lymphatics. It is likely that this process is similar in pathogenesis to that seen much more commonly in comedo necrosis in DCIS (most commonly high grade) where dystrophic calcification is deposited on secretions or necrotic debris.

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