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Microscope prominent lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate in Breast tumor

A prominent lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate within and around the tumor is always present in which of the breast tumors?
A) Invasive ductal carcinoma
B) Paget disease of breast
C) Invasive lobular carcinoma
D) Medullary carcinoma
E) Coloid carcinoma

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Ans D ........ Medullary ca .......
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D) Medullary carcinoma
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I think its D medullary carcinoma
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