Urology Case Reports
Prostate cancer is the most common non-cutaneous malignancy diagnosed in men. When it metastasizes, it usually spreads to bone and/or lymph nodes. A handful of cases have described prostatic metastases to the lung; however, this is usually in the setting of existing bone lesions. Here we describe a unique case in which a patient was found to have both metastatic prostate cancer to the lung and a primary lung cancer in the absence of any other evidence of extra-prostatic disease.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Reinstatler, Lael; Dupuis, Jonathan; Dillon, Jessica L.; Black, Candace C.; Phillips, Joseph D.; and Hyams, Elias S., "Lung Malignancy in Prostate Cancer: a Report of Both Metastatic and Primary Lung Lesions" (2017). Open Dartmouth: Peer-reviewed articles by Dartmouth faculty. 2828.