1972
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1972.01620090034008
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Patterns of Cutaneous Metastasis

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“…To further support the observations above, we compiled 444 skin metastasis cases from 7 previous reports with different primary tumors and corresponding regional distribution data [10,11,15,18,[22][23][24] and from 2 lung cancer-specific studies [25,26]. These data strongly support the notion that lung cancer preferentially produces chest (and less frequently head and neck) skin metastases, while colorectal cancer prefers abdominal skin locations in more than two thirds of the cases (Fig.…”
Section: Anatomical Distribution Of Skin Metastases Of Visceral Cancerssupporting
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“…To further support the observations above, we compiled 444 skin metastasis cases from 7 previous reports with different primary tumors and corresponding regional distribution data [10,11,15,18,[22][23][24] and from 2 lung cancer-specific studies [25,26]. These data strongly support the notion that lung cancer preferentially produces chest (and less frequently head and neck) skin metastases, while colorectal cancer prefers abdominal skin locations in more than two thirds of the cases (Fig.…”
Section: Anatomical Distribution Of Skin Metastases Of Visceral Cancerssupporting
confidence: 57%
“…Studies performed during the past 50 years found that about 1 to 5 % of all visceral malignancies form skin metastasis [9]. Nevertheless, the prevalence may increase due to the longer survival of cancer patients [10][11][12]. Although skin is usually involved in a later stage of progression, it is the first sign of dissemination in a small fraction of cases [13][14][15].…”
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“…This cutaneous involvement generally arises in the head, neck, and trunk region [1]. Among patients with bronchogenic carcinoma, 2.8-7.5% will develop cutaneous metastases (via haematogenous spread), particularly in tumours of the upper lobes [5].…”
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“…It is therefore quite distinctive from secondary deposits of breast cancer in the skin, which typically occur either in the skin of the ipsilateral anterior chest wall or axilla, or occur as multiple disseminated metastatic seeds in a widespread disposition. 270,271 Like primary breast cancers and like the aggressive digital papillary adenoma/ low-grade papillary adenocarcinoma of the digits, primary ductal eccrine adenocarcinoma is an aggressive tumor that has a high risk of disseminated metastatic seeding.…”
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