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Table 1 Clinico-pathological features

From: Male breast cancer: a report of 127 cases at a Moroccan institution

  0- 49 20 cases 16%
  50-59 35 27,5%
Age (years) 60-69 50 39%
  > 70 22 17,5%
  Mass beneath the areola 119 cases 93,5%
Clinical complaint Gynecomastia 5 4%
  Paget'disease 3 2,5%
  Tx 2 cases 1,5%
  T1 6 5%
Primary Tumor T2 18 14%
  T3 22 17%
  T4 79 62,5%
  Nx 9 7,1%
Lymph node N0 16 12,5%
  N1 70 55,2%
  N2 32 25,2%
Metastasis M0 90 71%
  M1 37 29%
  I 6 5%
  IIA 8 6,1
Stage IIB 12 9,6
  III 64 50,3%
  IV 37 29%
  IDC: 122 96%
  SBR 2 ou 3 100 82%
Histology With Paget's disaese 2 1,6%
  ILC 1 0,8%
  ND 2 1,6%
Lymph node status pN0 29 35,5%
  pN+ 54 64,5%
Hormone receptors RE 39/61 64%
  RP 39/61 64%
  1. Ductal infiltrating carcinoma (IDC); Invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC); not defined (ND) Estrogen receptor (ER); progesterone receptor (PR)