The Second Incisional Site Metastasis in a Patient with Cervical Carcinoma: A Case Report
Keywords:Cervical cancer, Incisional site metastasis, Recurrence
Cervical cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in females worldwide. Recurrence of carcinoma of the uterine cervix mainly occurs locally or regionally after treatment. Rarely (0.1-1.3%) metastatic recurrence of squamous cervical carcinoma could be identified in the abdominal wall especially in sites of incision. We present a case with a second incisional site metastasis of cervical cancer after seventy five months following first operation.
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