cutaneous metastatic disease

cutaneous metastatic disease

metastatic spread of neoplastic disease to skin
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Abdominal wall is the most common site for tumors presenting as cutaneous metastatic disease with carcinoma lung being the most frequent cause of metastatic deposit to abdominal wall.
Schwartz (dermatology, New Jersey Medical School) offers a clinical reference on the range of premalignant and malignant cutaneous disorders, including melanoma, Kaposi's sarcoma and other sarcomas, cutaneous lymphoma, cutaneous metastatic disease, and cutaneous markers of internal malignancy, with emphasis on the most recent advances in diagnosis and management.
suspected cutaneous metastatic disease, as such patients require elective neck dissection, (7) when facial nerve sacrifice might be required, or when a non-surgical diagnosis such as tuberculosis, sarcoidosis or lymphoma is considered.
Histopathologic aspects of cutaneous metastatic disease.
Cutaneous metastatic disease is a prognostically important diagnosis.
Cutaneous metastatic disease is an important finding [1-25] Cutaneous metastases occur in 0.
The second edition of Skin Cancer: Recognition and Management is a definitive clinical reference which comprehensively examines the wide range of premalignant and malignant cutaneous disorders, including melanoma, Kaposi's sarcoma and other sarcomas, cutaneous lymphoma, cutaneous metastatic disease and cutaneous markers of internal malignancy, with emphasis on the most recent advances in diagnosis and management.
Cutaneous Metastatic Disease: Cutaneous metastatic disease from gastrointestinal tract neoplasms is most often found on abdominal skin and scalp.
Hidradenomas can mimic cutaneous metastatic disease from clear cell tumors such as renal cell carcinoma.
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