11 - A case of Carcinoma Erysipeloides
İlknur Kıvanç Altunay,Şükran Kahveci,Tuğba Rezan Ekmekçi,Gonca Gökdemir,Adem Köşlü, Tülay Başak
Carcinoma Erysipeloides which looks like cellulitis or erysipelas and shows clearly bordered erythematous plaque is a rare cutaneous form of metastasis. Although it is the most frequently associated with the breast cancer, it can be seen with melanoma and tumours of lung, ovary, colon, pancreas. The course of these cases is progressive and the expected life time is approximately two years. This kind of carcinoma may make difficulty in diagnosis because of its inflammatory signs of this. In this paper, a case who has been which breast cancer for 14 years and carcinoma erysipeloides is presented.
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