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László Tabár, M.D. FACR (Hon)
"Introductory lecture” classifies breast malignancy according to their site of origin.
Classification of breast cancers according to their site of origin helps overcome the inconsistencies in the current histopathologic terminology with its ductal-lobular dichotomy. The ability of the imaging biomarkers to determine the site of tumor origin and serve as a prognostic indicator emphasizes the increasingly crucial role of breast imaging in the management of breast cancer. Basing breast cancer management upon anatomically relevant terminology challenges the conventional mindset.