Herpetiform cutaneous metastases following negative second look laparotomy for ovarian adenocarcinoma

Cutaneous metastases from gynecologic malignancy are rarely reported, and when present are invariably accompanied by intraperitoneal disease. In the present case extensive metastases to the skin of the abdomen, groin, thigh and perineum appeared six weeks following extensive “second look” laparotomy which revealed no evidence of intraperitoneal or… CONTINUE READING