Phyllodes Tumor: A Rare Case with Cervical Vertebral Metastasis

Abstract

A 32-year-old lady, who had undergone surgery for cystosarcoma phyllodes involving the right breast 1 year earlier, presented with severe neck pain of 2-month duration. There was no radiation of pain to the upper limbs and no symptoms suggestive of motor or sensory deficits. Micturition was normal. She was fully conscious and oriented. General examination… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kutty2015PhyllodesTA, title={Phyllodes Tumor: A Rare Case with Cervical Vertebral Metastasis}, author={Shankar Ayyappan Kutty and Lilly Rajeevan}, year={2015} }