Invasive duct carcinoma of the forearm: a rare case of distant, isolated ‘carcinoma en cuirasse’

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Cutaneous metastasis (carcinoma en cuirasse) is a condition that results from a tumor spreading via lymphatic or vascular embolization, direct implant during surgery or skin involvement by contiguity. Contralateral distant cutaneous breast cancer has never been reported before and hence, the nature and management of such rare cases remains challenging. We… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/jscr/rjv062

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