Metastatic endometrial serous carcinoma to the breast
Lin T, Lin D, Zhang Z, and Shah BA. Metastatic endometrial serous carcinoma to the breast. Appl Radiol 2017; 46(11):42-45.
A 74-year-old post-menopausal woman presents with vaginal bleeding for several months. Endometrial curettage and subsequent histopathology arrived at the diagnosis of endometrial serous carcinoma. Shortly after, the patient developed a lump in her right breast. Mammogram of the palpable anomaly revealed a suspicious mass that was later biopsied using ultrasound guidance. Histopathology revealed metastatic endometrial serous carcinoma.