Improper diagnosis of in situ breast cancer, invasive breast cancer, invasive ductal carcinoma, osteosarcoma breast cancer, and angiosarcoma breast cancer is avoidable.
Improper diagnosis of in situ breast cancer can lead to you being a breast cancer misdiagnosis victim. In situ refers to in the same place or non invasive breast cancer. An improper diagnosis of in situ breast cancer can lead to ineffective treatment, a bad diagnosis, and breast cancer malpractice.
Invasive breast cancer improper diagnosis can endanger your life causing you to seek out breast cancer lawyers. Invasive (infiltrating) breast cancers spread outside the membrane that lines a duct or lobule, invading surrounding tissues. The cancer cells can then travel to other parts of your body, such as the lymph nodes. Has this happened to you or a loved one? If so, our lawyers can evaluate your case.
Improper diagnosis of invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC) accounts for about 70 percent of all breast cancers. The cancer cells form in the lining of your milk duct, then break through the ductal wall and invade nearby breast tissue. The cancer cells may remain localized - staying near the site of origin - or spread (metastasize) throughout your body, carried by your bloodstream or lymphatic system. An improper diagnosis of invasive ductal carcinoma is a prime reason for breast cancer malpractice.
Osteosarcoma breast cancer can occur when people have received high-dose external radiation therapy for bone cancer. Do your doctors know and have access to your past medical records? An improper diagnosis of osteosarcoma breast cancer is cause for alarm and breast cancer malpractice.
Angiosarcoma breast cancer is another rare disease with only one in 2,500 cases of all breast cancer diagnoses which could be why improper diagnosis of angiosarcoma breast cancer is likely. A breast angiosarcoma starts in cells that line the blood vessels within your breast or underarm area which may occur due to breast and upper arm radiation treatments, and is apt to grow and spread quickly. Breast angiosarcoma may initially appear similar to a skin rash, infection, or bruising. Has this happened to you or a loved one? If so, our lawyers can evaluate your case. There is never an excuse for an improper diagnosis of angiosarcoma breast cancer.
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