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 Asked: 7/26/2017 I recently had a bilateral mastectomy due to an MRI finding LCIS in one breast.
 Asked: 7/19/2017 In response to your answer regarding my PLCIS and LCIS diagnosis in which both will come out on excision, you indicated firstly that PLCIS cannot...
 Asked: 7/18/2017 Last week I wrote to convey that I have a PLCIS tumor and LCIS that will come out on lumpectomy.
 Asked: 7/16/2017 I was diagnosed with ALH, LCIS last year in which resulted in a lumpectomy, also during this time I finally had my long term stomach...
 Asked: 7/14/2017 This is a follow up question to the one I submitted today regarding the PLCIS and LCIS that was found on the same side (the...
 Asked: 7/13/2017 I was diagnosed on stereotactic biopsy with PLCIS, but it is very small.
 Asked: 7/4/2017 Why do doctors encourage women to remove breasts with LCIS!? Overkill! My Q: I had six mammeos and 8 xrays last year.
 Asked: 6/16/2017 Can invasive lobular carcinoma 1a be treated with lumpectomy?
 Asked: 6/13/2017 One more question on my surgical pathology report submitted 6/11, report below for easy reference. - Is second pathology opinion necessary? Any chance DCIS or...
 Asked: 6/13/2017 I was diagnoised with LCIS three years ago.
 Asked: 6/12/2017 1. My previous question submitted 6/11 regarding clear margins for pleomorphic LCIS, your answer was - clear margins are now required with a diagnosis of LCIS because LCIS is NOT cancer but instead a marker for increased risk. Did you mean - clear margins are NOT required for LCIS instead of clear margins are now required for LCIS? 2.
 Asked: 6/12/2017 My surgical pathology report final diagnosis: Left Breast, excision with PNP X1: - lobular carcinoma in Situ (LCIS), pleomorphic and classical type, associated with calcification
 Asked: 6/7/2017 diagnosed with LCIS and ALH No family history, trying to understand a general concept of the gail model assessment.
 Asked: 6/5/2017 Two years ago I had my first mammogram and it showed clarifications, I had the biopsy and it showed I had LCIS.
 Asked: 5/19/2017 After mammogram and subsequent stereotactic needle biopsy, I received received diagnosis of LCIS with recommendation for excision.
 Asked: 5/16/2017 need some help interpreting pathology report. had biopsy and lumpectomy report says.
 Asked: 5/12/2017 still seeing my way through dr apt.
 Asked: 5/11/2017 i HAVE A DIAGNOSIS OF LCIS, I RECENTLY HAD A MASS REMOVED, NOW THEY HAVE SENT ME TO AN ONCOLOGIST, SHE IS WANTING A MRI...
 Asked: 4/28/2017 first thank you - this forum helps many people and also helps people find research to help family and friends.
 Asked: 4/27/2017 After surgery to remove a phyllodes tumor I was diagnosed with LCIS.
 Asked: 4/26/2017 48yrs old, LCIS and ALH, had surgery all margins clear, Dr.
 Asked: 4/25/2017 I had a left breast lumpectomy 2 yrs ago with a diagnosis of LCIS.
 Asked: 4/25/2017 diagnosed with LCIS and ALH, had lumptecomy all margins clear.
 Asked: 4/22/2017 I have insitu lobular carcinoma, extensive with focal pleomorphic features and calcification and focally involves a sclerosing lesion with calcifications
 Asked: 4/13/2017 I had a stereotactic biopsy due to finding microcalcifications on my mammogram.
 Asked: 4/10/2017 I understand LCIS puts you at higher risk of developing breast cancer.
 Asked: 4/6/2017 I was recently diagnosed as having LCIS following an excisional biopsy.
 Asked: 4/6/2017 3 years ago at age 48, I was diagnosed with LCIS stage 0 and I get checked every 6 months with an MRI IV.
 Asked: 4/5/2017 My sister was just diagnosed with Microinvasive lobular ca.
 Asked: 4/2/2017 Is tamoxifin a type of chemotherapy in pill form?
 Asked: 4/2/2017 I am 60 years old and recently had a lympectomy for a phyllodes tumor.
 Asked: 3/19/2017 Is it true if you have lcis, you could be developing other pre-cancer or cancer elsewhere in the body?What is recommendation?
 Asked: 3/14/2017 I was diagnosed three years ago with LCIS after having a benign mass removed via lumpectomy.
 Asked: 3/5/2017 I was diagnosed with LCIS in 2012.
 Asked: 3/4/2017 I recently had two areas of my breast biopsied.
 Asked: 2/21/2017 Diagnosed with, ALH and extensive LCIS, one surgical biopsy, 1 stereo.
 Asked: 2/6/2017 My sister was diagnosed w/Hemachromatosis AND the return of Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer all over the past holiday season.
 Asked: 1/28/2017 What is the difference between LCIS and Pleomorphic Lobular Carcinoma in situ? From what I''ve read, it seems that Pleomorphic Lobular Carcinoma in situ...
 Asked: 1/28/2017 I have ALH, and will be getting surgery soon.
 Asked: 1/23/2017 I am 62 and recently had a lumpectomy after initial stereotactic biopsy.
 Asked: 1/22/2017 I am 60 yrs old, 2 yrs post lumpectomy, chemo and rad for DCIS in left breast, not hormonally linked, no hx of live births...
 Asked: 1/14/2017 i did not have my surgery with hopkins i am asking your advice on my situation and if i should i have oncotyp redone...
 Asked: 1/14/2017 I didnt have my surgery at hopkins.
 Asked: 1/14/2017 I had my surgery dec 14th to remove dcis stage 0 intermediate grade with lobular features i got clean margins 2mm from the closest margin...
 Asked: 1/14/2017 You just responded, but I have gone over the IBIS and from my research it''s a reliable model. I wish there were another way to determine...
 Asked: 1/13/2017 I was diagnosed with LCIS a couple of years ago.
 Asked: 1/9/2017 had a duct removed from my left breast 15 years ago and biopsy indicated LCIS.
 Asked: 1/6/2017 I am a 75 year old woman who was diagnosed with LCIS 15 years ago, I have had many biopsies and took tamoxifen and raloxifine.
 Asked: 12/26/2016 I had DCIS stage 0 grade 2 which was removed from my breast.
 Asked: 12/25/2016 I was diagnosed with lcis and dcis stage 0 grade 1-2 which was removed 12/14 we are wainting on the oncotype test to see if...
 Asked: 12/24/2016 You answered my question but I am still confused please tell me what kind of markers she should of used in this procedure please elaborate??? the...
 Asked: 12/24/2016 Very concerned that my surgeon removed the lcis ad dcis in my left breast and removed tisuue from my right breast which ended up having...
 Asked: 12/24/2016 I was diagnosed with lcis, dcis in my left breast and had it removed a week ago.
 Asked: 12/13/2016 50yo, had an excisional biopsy for LCIS L breast 5mo ago that was negative.
 Asked: 12/11/2016 Age 71, Last month had lumpectomy for IDC (stage I a , No, Er+/PR-, HEr2Neu-) and pathology reported "additional findings" of LCIS.
 Asked: 12/8/2016 I am 50 years old, and just diagnosed with LCIS after excisional biopsy.
 Asked: 12/5/2016 I am a 42-years old and have a question about screening.
 Asked: 11/25/2016 LCIS diagnosed in path from surgical biopsy after suspicious MRI revealed microcalcifications in 47 year old, premenopausal.
 Asked: 11/20/2016 I have been diagnosed with LCIS after having major duct & two papillomas removed due to bloody discharge from left breast .
 Asked: 11/18/2016 I am 48 years old, just had two invasive ductal carcinoma tumors removed (6mm and 4mm in size) via lumpectomy.
 Asked: 11/17/2016 In 2014 I got diagnosed with phase 0 lcis and I get a 3D mam.
 Asked: 11/6/2016 73 years of age. Right breast mastectomy 2007, new interminate ca++ Left breast PATHOLOGY REPORT DIAGNOSES: Left central breast showing multiple foci of pleomorphic lobular carcinoma in situ with associated microcalcifications. SPECIMEN SUBMITTED: Lt breast ca++, DTN 105.8mm, central, 6x10g core GROSS DESCRIPTION: Received in a container labelled with patient''s name and "left" at central o''clock is a specimen consisting of tan tissue fragments and some blood clot 25 x 20 x8mm. MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION: Multiple deeper sections of both of these blocks have been examined.
 Asked: 10/28/2016 I am 64 and overweight. I had excisional biopsy for LCIS in left breast 18 months ago.
 Asked: 10/27/2016 I have been diagnosed with LCIS extensive, multiple foci ADH, multiple foci ALH and FEA.
 Asked: 10/27/2016 I am a 52 year old pre menopausal woman.
 Asked: 10/11/2016 Hello, appreciate your help. I had a core needle biopsy on a 4.8x4mm hypoechoic mass, using 14 G needle - 3 cores.
 Asked: 10/5/2016 Hi, I was just wondering if you''ve ever seen "Lobular Carcinoma In-situ, Focal" show up so soon after chemotherapy, and if so, if it is...
 Asked: 10/4/2016 After a excisional biopys for severe ductal hyperplasia the pathology report reads.
 Asked: 9/19/2016 Hello, 11 years ago I was diagnosed with LCIS in my left breast.
 Asked: 9/11/2016 I am wondering why a surgical biopsy is considered for Atypical Lobular Hyperplasia when they say it went to the margin? It seems the wire...
 Asked: 9/3/2016 I have been diagnosed with LCIS, am 63 years old, and have been given the choice to go on tamoxifen or exemestane.
 Asked: 8/27/2016 Hi Lillie, I was diagnosed 1 year ago with ALH involving 2 ducts and an area of sclerosing adenosis.
 Asked: 8/23/2016 After a wire guided excision I have been diagnosed with LCIS involving florid sclerosing adenosis with associated microcalcifications.
 Asked: 8/17/2016 Can you advise if taking Tamoxifen increases your risk of blood clots? .
 Asked: 8/16/2016 I was diagnosed with LCIS and was placed on Tamoxifen.
 Asked: 8/4/2016 Last year I was diagnosed with LCIS ALH.
 Asked: 8/4/2016 Last year I was diagnose with LCIS ALH.
 Asked: 8/4/2016 I am 59 years old was diagnosed with LCIS after an excision for radial scar.
 Asked: 8/3/2016 Because LCIS isn''t really a cancer diagnosis, would doing HRT with estrogen and progesterone put me at an even higher risk of breast cancer? I...
 Asked: 8/2/2016 I had a lumpectomy done in 2011 for LCIS.
 Asked: 6/30/2016 I don''t have a question but rather a comment to the woman who posted a question on 6/26 and was replied to on the 27th...
 Asked: 6/29/2016 I recently had oncoplastic surgury and met w doc to review path report.
 Asked: 6/27/2016 I was diagnosed with LCIS in April.
 Asked: 6/22/2016 I was diagnosed with LCIS in my right breast after a stereoscopic needle biopsy and have had a partial mastectomy to remove 4 suspicious growths...
 Asked: 6/11/2016 Hello, I''d like to ask you what is a usual procedure for the following diagnosis is D05.1 Carcinoma in situ intraductale? That is my final...
 Asked: 5/23/2016 Mammo showed calcifications, biopsy followed showing LCIS, sclerosing adenosis, usual ductal hyperplasia columnar cell change, duct ectasia (focal), fibrocystic changes with apocrine metaplasia, microcalcifications associated...
 Asked: 5/12/2016 My dilemma is that I am an ovarian cancer survivor but not genetically positive for BRCA...so there is no connection between the two and...
 Asked: 4/28/2016 I have had 9 biopsies, 2 surgical, 1 mir, 3 stereotactic, 3 ultrasound.
 Asked: 4/18/2016 I had a lumpectomy 2 years ago for PLCIS with necrosis.
 Asked: 4/18/2016 I was dx''d with LCIS in the left breast and was placed on Tamoxifen.
 Asked: 3/31/2016 I''m a 52 year old who had an excisional biopsy two weeks ago.
 Asked: 3/28/2016 After a recent core needle biopsy, the result was a benign fibroadenoma with ALH ( atypical lobular hyperplasia) inside it.
 Asked: 3/18/2016 Are few LCIS classic type cells in one breast an indication of possible cancer risk in the other healthy breast? I was diagnosed almost 2 years...
 Asked: 3/17/2016 Hello, I was first diagnosed with LCIS 4 years ago.
 Asked: 3/13/2016 Is ALH ever misdiagnosed as LCIS? I was diagnosed with ALH after a core needle biopsy, but after getting a second opinion at another...
 Asked: 3/11/2016 Is there any evidence of LCIS or ALH disappearing on their own? Thus removing breast cancer risks?
 Asked: 12/17/2015 Is LCIS genetic? From mom to daughter?
 Asked: 12/14/2015 I am 61 years old and was diagnoised 8 years ago with LCIS.
 Asked: 12/11/2015 Hello, I was just diagnosed last week with LCIS.
 Asked: 11/29/2015 Lumpectomy, rads, tamoxifen for DCIS left breast 2011 at age 44.
 
 
 
 
 

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