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September 1930

THE ETIOLOGY OF NEOPLASMS OF THE BREAST: WITH NOTES ON THEIR RELATION TO OTHER TUMORS OF THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

Author Affiliations

NEW YORK
From the Memorial Hospital.

Arch Surg. 1930;21(3):412-443. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1930.01150150049003
Abstract

Special Aspects of the Physiology and Histology of the Normal Breast

The Ovary's Influence on the Physiology of the Breast

The Ovary's Effect on the Histology of the Breast

Special Characteristics and Relationship of Pathologic Growth Processes in the Breast

Theories of Eugen Albrecht on the Organoid Nature of Tumors

The Architecture of Tumors in Relation to Etiology

The Relation of Breast Neoplasms to Those of Allied Organs

The Supposed Causes of Origin of These Tumors of Allied Organs

The Cause of Certain Semineoplastic Growth Processes in the Breast

Experimental Evidence on the Nature of the Cause of Tumors of the Breast

Previous Views on the Origin of Tumors of the Breast

Clinical Study

Classification

Age Incidence

Degree of Breast Development

Previous Breast Disease

Abnormalities of Ovarian Function

Associated Pelvic Disease

Associated Thyroid Disease

Physical Examination of the Breast

Notes on General Physical Constitution

Heredity

Histologic Form of Cancer of

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