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CAP ApprovedBreast

MICROSCOPIC

Size of Invasive Component

Greatest dimension: ___ cm

*Additional dimensions: ___ x ___ cm

___ Cannot be determined (see Comment)

Note: The size of the tumor, as measured by gross examination, must be verified by microscopic examination. If there is a discrepancy between gross and microscopic tumor measurement, the microscopic measurement of the invasive component takes precedence and should be used for tumor staging.

Histologic Type (check all that apply)

___ Noninvasive carcinoma (NOS)

___ Ductal carcinoma in situ

___ Lobular carcinoma in situ

___ Paget disease without invasive carcinoma

___ Invasive carcinoma (NOS)

___ Invasive ductal carcinoma

___ Invasive ductal carcinoma with an extensive intraductal component

___ Invasive ductal carcinoma with Paget disease

___ Invasive lobular

___ Mucinous

___ Medullary

___ Papillary

___ Tubular

___ Adenoid cystic

___ Secretory (juvenile)

___ Apocrine

___ Cribriform

___ Carcinoma with squamous metaplasia

___ Carcinoma with spindle cell metaplasia

___ Carcinoma with cartilaginous/osseous metaplasia

___ Carcinoma with metaplasia, mixed type

___ Other(s) (specify): ____________________________

___ Carcinoma, type cannot be determined

* Data elements with asterisks are not required for accreditation purposes for the Commission on Cancer. These elements may be clinically important, but are not yet validated or regularly used in patient management. Alternatively, the necessary data may not be available to the pathologist at the time of pathologic assessment of this specimen.

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