Case 23: Right Arm Papules
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A 65 year old female with history of multicentric invasive ductal breast carcinoma with lobular features and asthma presented with a chief complaint of lesions on the right arm. The lesions were visualized during examination, and patient noted no symptoms such as pruritus or bleeding associated with them.
KeywordsBreast carcinoma Indian-file pattern Progesterone receptor Estrogen receptor Metastatic cancer Cutaneous metastasis
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