Guidelines for pathology reporting in breast disease
Published January 2005, amended October 2005 | ISBN 1 84463 015 3
This document has been produced jointly by the NHS Breast Screening Programme (NHSBSP) and the Royal College of Pathologists(RCPath).
It represents the third edition of the NHSBSP guidelines for pathology reporting in breast cancer screening and the second edition of the RCPath's minimum data set for breast cancer histopathology.
It gives guidance and recommendations on all aspects of pathology examination of breast lesions and is relevant to both screen detected and symptomatic disease.
High resolution copy of NHSBSP 58 (PDF 52Mb)
Low resolution copy of NHSBSP 58 (PDF 3Mb)
NHSBSP histopathology reporting form (PDF 65Kb)
NHSBSP wide bore needle biopsy form (PDF 57Kb)
Breast histopathology synoptic report (PDF 65Kb)
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