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Synchronous male breast and colon cancer presenting with ileus: A case report

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ABSTRACT

Cancer developing from more than one origin is called multiple primary cancer (MPC) and is a rare situation.

We report a male case presenting to the Emergency Clinic with symptoms of ileus who was diagnosed with synchronous colon and breast cancer.

Synchronous colorectal cancer is recognized as an important clinical entity, its clinical and pathological properties as well as prognosis are still undetermined.

Synchronous colorectal cancer is recognized as an important clinical entity, its clinical and pathological properties as well as prognosis are still undetermined.

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Magnetic resonance imaging of the left breast.
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Mentions: While still hospitalized, breast ultrasound was performed, revealing a mass lesion in the right breast measuring 2 cm. Magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a mass lesion not invading the pectoralis muscle with a 2.5 cm diameter and a BI-RADS score of 5 (Fig. 3). The core biopsy result was suggestive of invasive ductal adenocarcinoma. Right modified radical mastectomy with removal of the level 2 axillary lymph nodes was performed before discharge. On the third postoperative day after the breast surgery the patient was discharged as clinically stable.


Synchronous male breast and colon cancer presenting with ileus: A case report
Magnetic resonance imaging of the left breast.
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fig0015: Magnetic resonance imaging of the left breast.
Mentions: While still hospitalized, breast ultrasound was performed, revealing a mass lesion in the right breast measuring 2 cm. Magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a mass lesion not invading the pectoralis muscle with a 2.5 cm diameter and a BI-RADS score of 5 (Fig. 3). The core biopsy result was suggestive of invasive ductal adenocarcinoma. Right modified radical mastectomy with removal of the level 2 axillary lymph nodes was performed before discharge. On the third postoperative day after the breast surgery the patient was discharged as clinically stable.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

Cancer developing from more than one origin is called multiple primary cancer (MPC) and is a rare situation.

We report a male case presenting to the Emergency Clinic with symptoms of ileus who was diagnosed with synchronous colon and breast cancer.

Synchronous colorectal cancer is recognized as an important clinical entity, its clinical and pathological properties as well as prognosis are still undetermined.

Synchronous colorectal cancer is recognized as an important clinical entity, its clinical and pathological properties as well as prognosis are still undetermined.

No MeSH data available.