TIBERIU STEFANITA TENEA COJAN, IONELA MIHAELA VLADU, DIANA CLENCIU, DAN IONICA VILCEA, CECIL SORIN MIREA, CRISTINA GABRIELA ENE, VERONICA GHEORMAN, VICTOR GHEORMAN, VLAD BALEANU, DRAGOS VIRGIL DAVITOIU, RAMONA MIHAELA NEDELCUTA, OANA MARIANA CRISTEA, LUCRETIU RADU IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ANALISYS IN BREAST CARCINOMA TREATED WITH CONSERVATIVE SURGERY Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women worldwide and the second most common cancer overall, making it a major international concern from both socio and economical point of view. World Health Organisation (WHO) estimated that worldwide over 508.000 women died in 2011 due to breast cancer. American Cancer Society’s (ACS) study conducted in 2017 showed important numbers about the burden of breast cancer. Therefore, they estimated a number of 252,710 new breast cancer to be diagnosed in women and 2,470 in men in 2017- only in America. On 1st of January , there were about 3.5million US women with a history of breast cancer. The paper presents the correlations between recurrences of the tumor in breast cancer trated with conservative surgery and their immunohistochemical expression.
Keywords: conservative surgery, immunohistochemistry, infiltrative breast carcinoma, tumour reoccurrences