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Radiation-induced angiosarcoma (RIAS) is a rare complication after breast-cancer treatment.
What are the common symptoms reported by people with Angiosarcoma of the Breast?
Patients frequently present with asymptomatic skin changes, which can be difficult to differentiate from radiation-induced skin changes.
It may also manifest as cutaneous or subcutaneous, flat or nodular, or localized or multifocal lesions and can have an appearance similar to that of benign angiomas or atypical telangiectasis.
What treatments are given to patients with Angiosarcoma of the
Aggressive surgery is the standard of care and usually involves mastectomy to obtain wide margins.