PMID: 6722751Jul 15, 1984Paper

Pilomatrix carcinoma with pulmonary metastasis. Report of a case

Cancer
E GouldM Saldana

Abstract

A 67-year-old white man developed a locally recurrent pilomatrix carcinoma of the back. Within a 4-year period bilateral pulmonary metastases developed. This to the knowledge of the authors is the first reported case of a metastasizing pilomatrix carcinoma in the medical literature.

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