Over Expression of HER2/Neu in Female Ductal Carcinoma: Pure Invasive Versus Invasive with in Situ Component
Journal of Surgery
Volume 2, Issue 6, December 2014, Pages: 105-108
Received: Dec. 9, 2014; Accepted: Dec. 19, 2014; Published: Dec. 27, 2014
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Mohamed Salah Abdelhamid, Bani Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani Suef University, Egypt
Ahmed Mohamed Sadat, Bani Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani Suef University, Egypt
Mohamed Salah Abdelbasset, Bani Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani Suef University, Egypt
Amr Mohamed Aly Mohamed, Bani Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani Suef University, Egypt
Hesham y Ahmed Abdel Wahab Nafad, Bani Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani Suef University, Egypt
Khald Mohamed Shawky, Bani Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani Suef University, Egypt
Solafa Amin Abdelaziz, Kasr El Aini Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt
Lobna Omar El Farouk Abd Elsalam, Kasr El Aini Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt
Mahmoud Ahmed Negida, Kasr El Aini Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt
Reham Shehab El Nemr Esmail, National Research Center, Cairo University, Egypt
Adel Morad Abdellah, October 6th Faculty of Medicine, October 6th University, Cairo, Egypt
Ahmed Zaki Gharib, October 6th Faculty of Medicine, October 6th University, Cairo, Egypt
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Aims: We are trying to understand the role of HER 2 neu in tumor progression. Study design: Prospective study. Place and duration: Conducted at Bani Swif and Kasr AL Aini university hospitals between May 2013 and May 2014. Methodology: 32 patients were enrolled in the study. The speceimens were obtained surgically .Expression of HER-2-neu receptors done aided with Dako Code No. A0485. Results: In the study there were 15 cases with pure invasive carcinoma and 17 cases with in situ component , there were more positive cases (59%) with HER-2-neu in the invasive associated with in situ group than those in the pure invasive group (20%), this was statistically significant (P<0.016). Conclusion: In conclusion, it may be assumed that during cells of the in situ component are acquiring invasiveness, they partly loose Her-2-neu over expression The high percent of positive HER-2-neu in cases associated with in situ component point an arrow with question mark towards possible changes in the tumor cell biology or the actual cell line of the in situ and the invasive components.
Mammary, Invasive, In Situ, Carcinoma
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Mohamed Salah Abdelhamid, Ahmed Mohamed Sadat, Mohamed Salah Abdelbasset, Amr Mohamed Aly Mohamed, Hesham y Ahmed Abdel Wahab Nafad, Khald Mohamed Shawky, Solafa Amin Abdelaziz, Lobna Omar El Farouk Abd Elsalam, Mahmoud Ahmed Negida, Reham Shehab El Nemr Esmail, Adel Morad Abdellah, Ahmed Zaki Gharib, Over Expression of HER2/Neu in Female Ductal Carcinoma: Pure Invasive Versus Invasive with in Situ Component, Journal of Surgery. Vol. 2, No. 6, 2014, pp. 105-108. doi: 10.11648/j.js.20140206.16
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