Rare case report of metastatic cervical carcinoma

Amitha V. Kamat, Sahaja S. Kittur, Mallikarjun G. Hiremath, Annapurna Sambrani

Abstract


Although carcinoma of cervix is among the most common malignancies in women, cutaneous metastasis is very unusual. Here we report a case of a parous woman diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of cervix who did not undergo chemotherapy in spite of being advised after initial surgery, presenting with cutaneous metastasis at the operative scar site 2 years later.

Keywords


Cutaneous metastasis, Scar metastasis, Cervical carcinoma

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