DOI:​10.1006/GYNO.1993.1230
Corpus ID: 35372323
Primary breast cancer of the vulva.
C. L. Bailey, H. Sankey, +3 authors J. L. Powell
Published 1993
Medicine
Gynecologic oncology
Supernumerary breasts on the vulva are a rare occurrence. There have been 26 cases previously reported and only 4 case reports of primary mammary carcinoma of the vulva. This is the fifth case report… Expand
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