Granular cell tumor of the male breast: Two case descriptions and brief review of the literature
A granular cell tumor of breast is a rare and usually benign tumor originating from Schwann cells. The mammographic and sonographic appearances of a granular cell tumor pose a diagnostic dilemma because of its similarity to breast malignancy. We describe 2 cases of breast granular cell tumors in male patients, which were confirmed after surgical excision and histologic examination.
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