Cutaneous Metastatic Adenocarcinoma

Mazharul Huque Khan, Nurul Islam, Noor A-Alam, Tapash Kumar Maitra, SM Zaved Hossain, Tamanna Narmeen

Abstract

A 51 year old man presented with multiple painless skin nodules throughout his body for 3 weeks.
He complained of cramping pain in his calf muscles and thighs for 3 months, occasional fever with
chills for 2 months and lost about 10kgs in these 3 months. Initially he was diagnosed as a case of
viral myositis. His CPK and LDH were raised, febrile antigens and widal test were negative, CA
19-9 was very high (5018 u/ml). Biopsy of skin nodules showed features of metastatic adenocarcinoma.

Ibrahim Med. Coll. J. 2010; 4(1): 31-33

Key word: Cutaneous metastasis; adenocarcinoma

DOI: 10.3329/imcj.v4i1.5933

Keywords

Cutaneous metastasis; adenocarcinoma
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