Clinical Cases

Radiotherapy-Associated Cutaneous Angiosarcoma

Radiotherapy-Associated Cutaneous Angiosarcoma

Published:  11 January 2010


Angiosarcoma is a rare, aggressive endothelial tumor with several clinical manifestations. It has a high potential for recurrence and has a poor prognosis. Two of the most common known risk factors are previous radiation therapy and lymphedema. We present a case of a radiotherapy-associated cutaneous angiosarcoma which occurred at the mastectomy site in a patient with a history of breast cancer and radiation to the breast...

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