Palliative surgical treatment for cutaneous metastatic tumor is a valid option for improvement of quality of life.

Abstract

A cutaneous metastatic tumor is relatively rare, and patients with such a tumor usually have a poor prognosis. Even if the metastases can be treated, the treatment cannot improve the prognosis. However, neglecting metastatic lesions sometimes results in a great deterioration of quality of life. Cutaneous metastatic foci are generally treated with… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/1346-8138.12983

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