Knowledge of the breast cancer pattern and stage of diagnosis can aid in
the disease’s subsequent effective management. Thus, the purpose of this
study was to evaluate the clinicopathological characteristics of
Sudanese women with breast carcinoma. Methodology: This analysis used
Khartoum Oncology Hospital’s Pathology Laboratory to retrieve breast
biopsy data from January to December 2022. Conventional histopathology
confirmed the breast lesion diagnoses. Laboratory records provided all
patient data. Results: With 70.2%, 12.8%, 10.6%, and 6.4%,
respectively, invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC), metastatic carcinoma
(MC), lobular carcinoma (LC), and papillary carcinoma (PC) were the four
most prevalent types of carcinoma. The mean tumor size ± Std. Error of
Mean was 8.99±2.18cm. The most common tumor sizes among patients were
<3 cm, followed by >10 cm, 3-5 cm, and 5.1–10
cm, which correspond to (51%), (21.3%), (17%), and (10.7%),
respectively. Conclusions: In Sudan, invasive ductal carcinoma and
invasive lobular subtype are the most frequent breast cancer types.
Young Sundanese are getting an increasing incidence of breast cancer.
Due to the country’s poor early detection programs, many individuals
arrive with advanced stages of the disease.