Solitary gastric metastasis of breast invasive lobular carcinoma

A 52-year-old female patient with solitary gastric metastasis from breast invasive lobular cancer without any other organ involvement is presented in this study. Solitary gastric metastasis of breast cancers is very rare. It can be diagnosed incidentally by endoscopic biopsy and immuno histo chemical analysis. Symptoms and clinical findings are not different from primary gastric cancers. Prognosis of solitary gastric metastasis is good after surgical treatment according to patients with systemic metastasis.

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