E-mail :. Prostatic adenocarcinoma is exceptionally associated with cutaneous lesions. We describe a patient with cutaneous lymphangitis and paraneoplastic ichtyosis related to prostatic cancer. A 92 year-old man had been treated for five years for a prostatic carcinoma. An angiomatous lesion developed with in 3 months near the right breast. Physical examination revealed axillary node enlargement, a large skin angiomatous lesion, and ichtyosis.

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Diagnosis: Biopsy specimens or bronchial brushings obtained by fibroendoscopy or bronchioalveolar lavage fluid usually reveal adenocarcinoma. Practical management: In clinical practice, the patient presents with dyspnea and non-specific infiltration on the chest x-ray. The clinical situation worsens rapidly.

Millimetric CT-scan shows highly suggestive polygonal images in the subpleural area. Respiratory function tests may be helpful for the differential diagnosis, particularly in difficult cases, showing a mixed ventilation disorder without altered carbon monoxide diffusion and hypoxemia at rest without hypercapnia.

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Lymphangite carcinomateuse digestive: entité endoscopique et anatomopathologique rare mais grave

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Les localisations extrapulmonaires sont rares. Lymphangitis carcinomatosa LC is an entity characterised by a diffuse invasion of the lymphatic vessels by malignant cells [1]. It is generally localised within the lungs. Extrapulmonary localisation is rare. LC of the digestive tract is exceptional, and essentially affects the duodenum, and more rarely the stomach and the small intestine.


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