Radiation-induced angiosarcomas (RIA) are rare tumours that can affect breast cancer patients following treatment with breast conservative surgery and radiotherapy. Their diagnosis is often delayed because of their benign appearance and the difficulty in differentiation from radiation-induced skin changes. We report here a case of RIA which occurred seven years after radiotherapy to highlight awareness of the disease and the role of careful histological evaluation of these tumours. Copyright: the authors.
|Publication status||Published - Feb 17 2014|
- Breast carcinoma-angiosarcoma-radiotherapy
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cancer Research