2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.14137
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Abstract: Cutaneous metastases are skin malignancies which appear as tumor cells spreading over skin directly, hematogenous or lymphatically from primary tissue. It is comorbid in 0.7% to 10% of cancer patients 1 and forms 2% of skin malignancies. 2 Breast, malignant melanoma, ovarian and lung cancers are the most common causes in women, and malignant melanoma, head and neck and lung carcinomas in men develop cutaneous metastasis. Clinically, nodular appearance is the most common form. It can rarely be presented with ca…

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