Andrew Dubois, MD

CVS

1126 HIGHLAND RD

Articles

Cutaneous Metastasis of Prostatic Adenocarcinoma

May 09, 2009

This lesion had appeared in the right groin of a 60-year old man and had slowly enlarged over a month (A). Two years before this evaluation, he had undergone total prostatectomy with lymph node dissection for prostate carcinoma. Metastatic disease was found in a resected lymph node, and he underwent multiagent chemotherapy.