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Bilateral ovarian and scalp metastasis of breast cancer in a female patient after a year time treatment

Abdelilah Sounni, Alpha Boubacar Conte, Sofia Jayi, Fatima Zohra Fdili Alaoui, Hikmat Chaara, Moulay Abdelilah Melhouf.

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Metastasis of breast cancer to distant organs are the most common causes of death in breast cancer cases. The most frequent metastatic sites of breast cancer include the liver, lung, bone, and brain. Some sites of metastasis are known to be less frequent while some sites are uncommon. Among them, ovaries are often reported and scalp is rarely reported. Although ovarian and scalp metastasis from breast cancer present diagnosis and therapeutic challenges, there is no consensus on the prognosis, monitoring, and treatment of such metastasis of breast cancer. In order to share our experience and discuss our management, we report a case of bilateral ovarian and scalp metastasis of breast cancer in a 39 years old female patient after a year time treatment

Key words: Breast cancer, Ovarian metastasis, Scalp metastasis, Management

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