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A 65-year-old woman, who had a modified radical mastectomy performed 3 years earlier for breast carcinoma, presented with abdominal distension and altered bowel habits. Following CT-scan of the abdomen and upper and lower GI endoscopy, a colonic biopsy was performed, showing adenocarcinoma with a MUC1(-), ER(-), CDX2(+), CK7(-) and CK20(+) imunophenotype.
The patient developed small intestinal obstruction and a right-hemicolectomy was performed.
A right hemicolectomy specimen revealed a circumferential stenosing tumor involving the cecum and the proximal ascending colon. The longitudinal axis of the tumor measured 6.5 cm and the tumor thickness was 2.5 cm.
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• Goblet cell carcinoid
• Metastatic carcinoma, breast
• Metastatic carcinoma, stomach
• Signet-ring cell carcinoma, primary
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