Breast Cancer with Synchronous Renal Cell Carcinoma: A Rare Presentation XD03-XD05
Dr. Durgesh Kumar,
Room no 102, Married Doctors Accomadation, Shanthidhama First Floor,
Kidwai Memlorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore-560029, Karnataka, India.
Primary cancer arising from multiple organs is a well known fact. Synchronous tumours have been most commonly associated with kidney cancer. Bladder, prostate, colorectal and lung cancer are the most common synchronous primaries with Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC) identified till date. We found metachronous tumours of breast with RCC in literature search which included both metastatic tumours as well second primaries. Overall, 25 cases of metastatic breast tumours and eight cases of second primary in previously treated RCC have been reported in the literature. Here, we are reporting a case of synchronous presentation of carcinoma breast with RCC which is very rare because most of the multiple malignancies reported in the literature are metastatic tumours or metachronous breast malignancy with RCC.