An 88-year-old female with a history of left breast cancer presented with a rash on the back and abdomen for several months. She was initially diagnosed with breast cancer 22 years ago and was treated with a mastectomy and endocrine adjuvant therapy. The rash was not painful, or pruritic, however, it did not seem to get better since its onset several months ago.
Breast cancer Widespread rash Cutaneous metastasis Estrogen receptor Progesterone receptor Metastatic breast cancer Metastatic adenocarcinoma
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