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Org) . Paget’s disease is characterized by an exudate or crust of the nipple-areola complex caused by inﬁltration of the epidermis by noninvasive breast cancer epithelial cells. It presents in one of the following three conditions : 1. Associated with an underlying invasive carcinoma with T classiﬁcation according to the size of the invasive disease 2. Associated with an underlying noninvasive carcinoma, usually DCIS but rarely LCIS with a T classiﬁcation based on the underlying tumor as Tis (DCIS) or Tis (LCIS), respectively 3.