Delayed cutaneous metastasis of gastric carcinoma

The Journal of Dermatology
S FujiwaraH Sekine


This paper describes a case of skin cancer resembling carcinoma en cuirasse associated with multiple bone lesions, which were both judged to be due to metastasis of poorly differentiated carcinoma of the stomach, the primary lesion excised ten years previously. Overt bone involvement had been observed for more than two years and a half. Histologic examination of a skin biopsy specimen showed that carcinoma cells had infiltrated into the middle and lower dermis, forming clusters and strands in an abundance of fibrous stromata. No primary lesion was detected in the remnant stomach at autopsy.


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