Comparative evaluation of the modified Scarff-Bloom-Richardson grading system on breast carcinoma aspirates and histopathologyBy: Jana Sullinger On: Mon 07 of May, 2012 06:42 MDT (37971 Reads)
Comparative evaluation of the modified Scarff-Bloom-Richardson? grading system on breast carcinoma aspirates and histopathology
Cherry Bansal, US Singh, Sanjeev Misra, Kiran Lata Sharma, Vandana Tiwari, AN Srivastava CytoJournal? 2012 9(1):4-4 Background: Fine needle aspiration (FNA) is a quick, minimally invasive procedure for evaluation of breast tumors. The Scarff-Bloom-Richardson? (SBR) grade on histological sections is a well-established tool to guide selection of adjuvant systemic therapy. Grade evaluation is possible on… Continue Reading on The Populist Cytologist - A Blog for Cytotechnologists and Cytopathologists
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