Digital Acrometastasis as Initial Presentation in Carcinoma of Lung A Case Report and Review of Literature XD01-XD02
Dr. Dillip Kumar Parida,
Professor and Head, Department of Radiation Oncology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences,
Bhubaneswar-751019, Odisha, India.
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Bony metastases develop in 30% of all the cancers, but out of which only 1% to 3% occurs in the hand. Lung is the most common site for acrometastasis, followed by breast and renal cell cancer. Metastases to the digits are with non-specific presentation. We reported a case of 79-year-old male patient with initial presentation of swelling over left index finger, which was found to be squamous cell carcinoma of finger on histopathological examination. He was subsequently diagnosed as a case of squamous cell carcinoma of lung with acrometastasis.