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Table 1 Review of invasive CHCs in the literature

From: Invasive cystic hypersecretory carcinoma of the breast: a rare variant of breast cancer: a case report and review of the literature

Soure, y Age, y Type of Disease Present Lymph Node Status ER/PRa
Rosen and Scott [2], 1984 52 Invasive c Pos/NA
  47 Invasive N1 NA
  62 invasive N0 NA
Guerry et al. [1], 1988 NA Invasive N1 NA
  NA Invasive c NA
Adams and Lacey [12], 1990 70 Microinvasive N0 Neg/pos
Kim et al. [3], 1997 37 Invasive N0 NA
Herrmann et al. [4], 1999 49 Invasive N0 Pos/pos
Lee JS [5], 2004 45 Invasive N0 Neg/neg
Shin SJ [6], 2004 42b Invasive N (micro) NA
Skalova A [7], 2005 (two cases) 66.8b Invasive NA One Case
Pos/pos
Chen DB [13], 2010 44 Microinvasive NA Pos/pos
Song SW [8], 2011 43 Invasive NA NA
D’Alfonso TM [14], 2014 62.8b Microinvasive NA Pos/pos
Bi R [9], 2014 37 Invasive N1 NA
  46 Invasive NA NA
Gupta P [10], 2014 57 Invasive N0 Neg/neg
Sahoo N [11], 2017 32 Invasive N1 Neg/neg
Present case 63 Invasive N1 Neg/neg
  1. aER/PR indicates estrogen receptor/progesterone receptor; NA: not available;
  2. pos: positive; neg: negative;
  3. N (micro): lymph node micrometastasis
  4. bMean age
  5. cIndicates cases with distal metastatic disease