Paget’s Disease of Nipple in Male Breast with Cancer PD14-PD16
Dr. Murali Uthamalingam,
International Medical School, Management & Science University, Malaysia.
Carcinoma of the male breast accounts for less than 0.5% of all cases of breast cancer. However, Paget’s disease of nipple in male is extremely rare. We report on a case of Paget’s disease of nipple with breast cancer in a 51-year-old gentleman. He presented with a ulcerative lesion and lump in the left breast beneath the nipple-areolar region with single mobile ipsilateral central group of axillary nodes. Modified radical mastectomy was performed. On follow up, patient was doing well with no recurrence.