UC Davis Dermatology Online Journal Title Cutaneous metastatic pigmented breast carcinoma Publication Date

Francisco Gaitan-Gaona, Mirra Said, Rodrigo Valdes-Rodriguez
A 66-year-old woman presented with a 3 cm black, ulcerated nodule located on the skin of the upper abdomen, just below the breast. The lesion was painful to the touch, but the patient reported no other associated symptoms and was otherwise healthy. A 4-mm punch biopsy of the affected skin was obtained and the histological diagnosis was cutaneous metastatic pigmented breast carcinoma.