Triple Negative Breast Tumors In Iraqi Women

Authors

  • Faisal Ali Lattef1, Noor Fouad Mohamed Ali2, Basim Mohammed Abdulmajeed3, Ahmed Salahuddin Mohammed4

Keywords:

Breast cancer, Triple negative tumors, Tumor grade, Er, Pr , Her2/neu

Abstract

Breast cancer is heterogeneous disease. From this; a special group of tumors, triple negative tumors, has a distinct interest from having its unique behaviors regarding biological, clinical, histological, hormone receptors status, Her2/neu expression, and therapeutic modalities. We made a study on Iraqi women, with triple negative tumors, focusing on some important parameters in this group of patients, comparing our results with the others (from the world). We conclude that most of these parameters are identical except the tumor grade, where we found that it is significantly low. Results from studies done before on Iraqi women, for the same purpose, showed some differences from ours. These differences include percentage of these tumors among other types of breast tumors (our results looked less), grade of tumors (our results showed medium grade), and lymph nodes metastasis which looked less in our study.

Author Biography

Faisal Ali Lattef1, Noor Fouad Mohamed Ali2, Basim Mohammed Abdulmajeed3, Ahmed Salahuddin Mohammed4

1Msc in Physiology-College of Pathological Lab. Techniques- Al-Bayan University, 2Msc in Human Anatomy/ Histology And Embryology- College of Pathological Lab. Techniques- Al-Bayan University,
3Msc in Histopathology- College of Pathological Lab. Techniques- Al-Bayan university, 4Msc in Histopathology- Ministry Of Health- Medical City- Oncology Center, Corresponding auther- Basim Mohammed Abdulmajeed- pathological lab. techniques college- Al-Bayan University

Published

2020-01-16

How to Cite

Faisal Ali Lattef1, Noor Fouad Mohamed Ali2, Basim Mohammed Abdulmajeed3, Ahmed Salahuddin Mohammed4. (2020). Triple Negative Breast Tumors In Iraqi Women. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(1), 944-949. Retrieved from http://medicopublication.com/index.php/ijfmt/article/view/175