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La maladie de Paget mammaire (MPM), décrite en 1874, est un adénocarcinome localisé dans l’épiderme du mamelon et/ou de l’aréole mammaire, presque toujours associé à un carcinome des canaux galactophores sous-jacents dont il semble dériver.

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  1. 1.Service de DermatologieHôpital Édouard-HerriotLyon CEDEX 03

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