Breast metastasis from lung cancer: a report of two cases and literature review - lung cancer cells in breast tumors


Brain infiltration by cancer cells: different roads to the same target? lung cancer cells in breast tumors

Breast metastases from extramammary neoplasms are very rare. We presented a 66 year-old female with metastasis of small cell lung carcinoma to the breast.

After histological and immunohistochemical analyses were conducted, a primary lung carcinoma that metastasized to the breast was diagnosed. An accurate.

Some of these metastatic breast cancer cells may affect the lungs. It is essential that an oncologist confirms that the tumor in the lungs is.

Small cell cancers most commonly develop in the lung, and then possibly metastasize to the breast, so a full and exhaustive staging study is.

If the cells that are growing out of control are normal cells, the tumor is called cause of cancer death in women after lung cancer, and it's the leading cause of.