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Malignant melanomas or lymphoma of the skin are malignant tumors of the skin and/or the mucous membranes whose uterine metastases are rare. The secondary uterine localizations, although rare, must be evoked in front of a pelvic tumoral syndrome, or diffuse metastases and a personal past history of melanoma, even after a long time of remission. In our observation, the evolution of the tumor in the pelvis extended to the muscular structures of the uterus and the sigmoid colon of a 72 year olddoi:10.4236/ojog.2017.78090 fatcat:hc4b5bx2gnajvb2jmmlen3rmea