Dermatology Online Journal
Cutaneous metastatic mammary carcinoma may occur in patients with a history of breast carcinoma. Cutaneous metastases typically present as firm papulonodules on the chest. We describe a rare case of cutaneous metastatic mammary carcinoma arising in a 45-year-old woman presenting as painful, indurated plaques with ulceration in the pelvic region.
Barrick B, Matthys B, Fraga GR. Ulcerated Plaques in the Pelvic Region of an Adult Female. Dermatology Online Journal. 2012; 18(10). doi: 10.5070/D35js6j8m3.