Secretory carcinoma is one of the least common forms of breast cancer, and demonstrates distinctive pathologic and clinical characteristics. We herein report a case of secretory carcinoma of the breast in a 3-year-old girl with a particular emphasis on the use of fine needle aspiration as a diagnostic tool to differentiate this entity from abnormal thelarche.
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Accepted: January 31, 2004Seoul, Republic of Korea
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