A Rare Case of Male Breast Metastasis from Previously Removed Renal Cell Carcinoma

Stefania . Erra, Simone . Mastro, Silvio . Modena


Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most lethal pathology affecting the urinary system, especially in people over 65 years and with an incidence of about 2% per year. RCC can be classified according to histological findings, cytogenetic abnormalities, biological features and response to therapy. This article reports an extremely rare case of clear cell RCC in a 73 years old male patient with metastasis in the breast and in the bronchi, presented 15 years after surgical resection of primitive renal tumor.


Renal cell carcinoma; breast metastasis; bronchial metastasis; male breast

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21477/ijapsr.3.4.3


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