Metastatic disease to the pancreas and spleen.

  title={Metastatic disease to the pancreas and spleen.},
  author={Shayna L. Showalter and E. Dieter Hager and Charles J Yeo},
  journal={Seminars in oncology},
  volume={35 2},
Isolated metastases to the pancreas and spleen are a rare occurrence. When they are diagnosed, pancreatic metastases are most often from renal cell carcinoma, lung cancer, and breast cancer. The most common source of splenic metastases is gynecological in origin; the overwhelming majority is ovarian. If extensive staging studies reveal these metastases to be isolated, then curative resection may be warranted. This review will demonstrate that long-term survival may be achieved in patients with… CONTINUE READING


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