Cartilage associated with malignant neoplasms of breast has been known and documented for over 200 years. Benign breast tumours containing cartilage are rare. A case of such a tumour was encountered. Histologically it comprised multiple foci of mature benign cartilage in benign fibrous and adipose stroma. Other cases of similar tumours in the literature are reviewed.
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