Cutaneous metastasis from adenocarcinoma of cervix: a rare case report

Rashmi Jindal, Ankur Mittal, Nadia Shirazi, Nidhi Mimani Gupta


Cutaneous metastasis from solid malignancies is rare and thus can be easily overlooked. The reported case is of a forty years old woman who presented with cutaneous metastasis and vulval lymphedema from adenocarcinoma of uterine cervix.


Metastasis, Adenocarcinoma, Dermatopathology

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