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Reagan M Stafford MD Andrew J Weaver MD Marry Legenza MD Douglas Henson MD


Metastatic breast carcinoma, Hematuria


Medicine and Health Sciences | Surgery



Women in the United States have an approximate 1 in 8 chance of developing breast cancer in their lifetime. The main cause of death from breast cancer is from metastatic spread of the disease; with the most frequent sites of spread being to the bone, brain, and lungs. The urinary bladder is a rare site of metastasis that has been rarely reported on in the literature. Here we present a case of recurrent metastatic breast cancer found in the urinary bladder without findings of any other sites of metastasis.

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