CASE REPORT: MASSIVE RUPTURED MALIGNANT PHYLLODES TUMOUR
Phyllodes tumour is a rare entity, affecting mainly middle aged women. It consists of a spectrum of disease from benign tumour to highly aggressive malignant form. We present a case of massive ruptured malignant Phyllodes tumour, and its subsequent management.
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