PMID: 7017284Jan 1, 1981Paper

Malignant tumor emboli to the peripheral vessels

Journal of Surgical Oncology
N M VoA J Gambarini


The first case of tumor emboli trapped in a popliteal aneurysm and the longest survivor for this condition are reported. The characteristics of 25 cases reported in the literature since 1940 and the mechanism of tumor spread are reviewed. Tumor emboli represent the late stage of a malignancy and treatment does not seem to affect long-term survival.


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