Immunophenotypic characterisation of CAPSS (columnar alteration of lobules with prominent apical snouts and secretions) as a premalignant lesion of the breast

Jennet Harvey, Benjamin Dessauvagie, W. Zhao, J.M. Bentel

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationXXV Congress of the International Academy of Pathology
    EditorsK. Mukai
    Place of PublicationAustralia
    PublisherBlackwell
    PagesA3
    Volume54
    EditionBrisbane, QLD
    ISBN (Print)13205463
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    EventImmunophenotypic characterisation of CAPSS (columnar alteration of lobules with prominent apical snouts and secretions) as a premalignant lesion of the breast - Brisbane, QLD
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    Harvey, J., Dessauvagie, B., Zhao, W., & Bentel, J. M. (2004). Immunophenotypic characterisation of CAPSS (columnar alteration of lobules with prominent apical snouts and secretions) as a premalignant lesion of the breast. In K. Mukai (Ed.), XXV Congress of the International Academy of Pathology (Brisbane, QLD ed., Vol. 54, pp. A3). Australia: Blackwell.
    Harvey, Jennet ; Dessauvagie, Benjamin ; Zhao, W. ; Bentel, J.M. / Immunophenotypic characterisation of CAPSS (columnar alteration of lobules with prominent apical snouts and secretions) as a premalignant lesion of the breast. XXV Congress of the International Academy of Pathology. editor / K. Mukai. Vol. 54 Brisbane, QLD. ed. Australia : Blackwell, 2004. pp. A3
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    Immunophenotypic characterisation of CAPSS (columnar alteration of lobules with prominent apical snouts and secretions) as a premalignant lesion of the breast. / Harvey, Jennet; Dessauvagie, Benjamin; Zhao, W.; Bentel, J.M.

    XXV Congress of the International Academy of Pathology. ed. / K. Mukai. Vol. 54 Brisbane, QLD. ed. Australia : Blackwell, 2004. p. A3.

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    Harvey J, Dessauvagie B, Zhao W, Bentel JM. Immunophenotypic characterisation of CAPSS (columnar alteration of lobules with prominent apical snouts and secretions) as a premalignant lesion of the breast. In Mukai K, editor, XXV Congress of the International Academy of Pathology. Brisbane, QLD ed. Vol. 54. Australia: Blackwell. 2004. p. A3