Metastatic endometrial carcinoma in the lung: unusual timing and site
Keywords: Endometrial adenocarcinoma, extra pelvic metastases, lung metastasis
AbstractEndometrial cancer is the seventh most common gynecological malignancy. The standard of care is surgery, followed by further treatment based on the surgical and histological findings.1 Usually, recurrences (80%) from endometrial cancer are seen within three years of hysterectomy and late recurrences are rare. The incidence of isolated lung recurrences is approximately 2.3-7%.2,3 This is a case report of endometrial cancer with locoregional and distant recurrence.
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