Upper extremity lymphedema and cutaneous spread are atypical behavior of prostate disease and should be kept in the differential for selected patients. This presentation in these patients may be underdiagnosed and potentially an ominous sign. Our case adds to our continued learning of possible prostate malignancy behavior.
Clinical case reports. 2018 Apr 10*** epublish ***
Charles T Mupamombe, Brendan LoGiurato, Lewis Kampel, Jean Marc Cohen
SUNY Downstate Medical Center Brooklyn New York., New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center New York City New York., Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center New York City New York.