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Table 1 Clinical features of case reports of breast metastasis from pulmonary adenocarcinoma with micropapillary components

From: Metachronous isolated breast metastasis from pulmonary adenocarcinoma with micropapillary component causing diagnostic challenges

Authors, year Age/Sex Chief complaint Method of detection for breast tumor Breast tumor size Metachronous Initial stage of lung cancer Management Chemotherapy regimen Survival Follow-up
Ko K, et al., 2012 [12] 47/F Chest pain with dyspnea Palpable mass on P/Ex. 1 cm in diameter No IV Chemotherapy Cisplatin/Irinotecan followed by erotinib Alive 8 mo
Maounis N, et al., 2010 [13] 73/F Dyspnea with dry cough Palpable mass on P/Ex Not available No IV Chemotherapy Cisplatin/docetaxel/bevacizumab Dead 6 mo
Sanguinetti A, et al., 2013 [14] 43/F Dyspnea with dry cough Palpable mass on P/Ex Not available No IV Simple mastectomy + Chemotherapy Cisplatin/docetaxel/bevacizumab Dead 8 mo
This report 47/F Breast nodule on screening exam Ultrasonography 1.3 cm ×1 cm Yes IB Lumpectomy + Chemotherapy Gefitinib Alive 23 mo
  1. F, female; P/Ex, physical examination.