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Primary apocrine sweat gland carcinoma is a rare neoplasm. It is usually slow growing and is often suspected to be a benign disease at initial assessment. A thorough clinical and histological workup is required for diagnosis. Treatment of choice is wide local excision with clear margins.
A 45-year-old female developed neurological symptoms and elevated diastolic blood pressure while on bevacizumab (Avastin) and gemcitabine for recurrent carboplatin-resistant high-grade serous ovarian cancer. A brain MRI diagnosed our patient with posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome. We are discussing her presenting symptoms in this paper as well as… (More)