A case of Paget's disease of the male breast is reported, the eighth case we could find recorded in the English literature. Bleeding from the nipple was the only symptom and significant physical finding. Although no palpable axillary nodes were found preoperatively, because of the reported poor prognosis of this disease radical mastectomy was performed. © 1959.
Sinkler, W. H., & Cooper, T. J. (1959). Paget’s disease of the male breast. The American Journal of Surgery, 98(4), 623–624. https://doi.org/10.1016/0002-9610(59)90048-0