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Cutaneous metastasis of a tumor of the excretrial tract

Nizar Cherni, Abdallah Chaachou, Wael Ferjaoui*, Mohamed Dridi and Samir Ghozzi

Published: 06 June, 2022 | Volume 6 - Issue 1 | Pages: 015-016

Cutaneous metastases of urothelial tumors are extremely rare. Iatrogenic tumor implantations are the main cause of this type of metastasis. We report the case of a 75-year-old patient who underwent nephroureterectomy with the removal of a bladder collarette for a tumor of the upper excretory tract; 3 years later the patient developed parietal swelling at the level of the lumbotomy scar. A histological study of the mass after surgical excision confirmed that it was a secondary location. Through a study of the literature, we will detail the clinical and paraclinical particularities of such a location as well as its impact on the prognosis.

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