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Conclusion: In clinically node negative neck, the risk of lymph node metastases is significantly high in patients of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma in our population.
In a recent retrospective review by Mordenti et al, (23) 164 cases of skin metastases specifically from breast carcinoma were examined to determine the most common clinical and histopathological presentations.
8] Development of distant metastases in the liver, brain, and other sites is uncommon in carcinoma of the ovary.
Brain metastases are an important problem in cancer treatment, but one for which there are relatively few well-designed clinical trials.
Frequency and sites of distant metastases in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
Clinical manifestations of cutaneous metastases: a review with special emphasis on cutaneous metastases mimicking keratoacanthoma.
In 12-31 % eye metastases are the first sing of cancer disease [1, 2].
Pancreatic metastases intraoperatively are detected by a combination of complete pancreatic mobilisation, careful manual palpation and intraoperative ultrasonography.
4), bilateral nodules suspicious of pulmonary metastases, and lymphadenopathy in the right hilar, paratracheal and anterior mediastinal regions.
This protective effect of bisphosphonates against bone metastases was independent of the stage of breast cancer at the time of diagnosis, Dr.
Frank Winkler, the research team followed, in real time, the steps that lead some tumour cells to establish metastases, while others fail to form new tumours.