CONCOMITANT NEOPLASTIC DISEASE IN A SINGLE PATIENT. METASTATIC DISEASE OR SYNCHRONOUS NEOPLASIA?

Raluca Haneş1, S. Petrea1, Mihaela Vîlcu1, Lorena Keil1, Diana Bogatu1, I. Brezean1
1Surgery Clinic II, “Dr. I. Cantacuzino” Clinic Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
Corresponding author: Sorin Aldoescu
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Abstract

Despite known association of these malignancies, the incidence of a synchronous appearance of breast and ovarian cancer is low and the current literature does not directly address an approach to this clinical problem. We report 1year disease-free survival in a patient treated for serous carcinoma with solid genital pattern and invasive ductal carcinoma with trabecular pattern pT2N2Mx.The prolonged disease-free survival in our case may provide some guidance in this unusual clinical situation.

Keywords: breast cancer, ovarian cancer, metastatic disease

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