Appendicular and breast cancers in an old lady: a case report

@article{Alharbi2017AppendicularAB,
  title={Appendicular and breast cancers in an old lady: a case report},
  author={Ahlam Alharbi and Ghaleb Aboasamh and Yasmine Shafik},
  journal={Journal of Surgical Case Reports},
  year={2017},
  volume={2017}
}
Abstract The presence of two or more malignant tumors of different histological entities in an individual is referred to as multiple primary malignant neoplasms (MPMN). These are becoming more frequently encountered and reported in clinical practice nowadays. Majority of MPMN are diagnosed in elderly, where senility might alter the management plan. Despite the increased reporting of MPMN in the literature, only a few elaborated on the management of such cases. Also, the combination of… Expand
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