PROSTATE CARCINOMA WITH METASTASIS TO THE CERVICAL LYMPH NODES A RARE MANIFESTATION OF A COMMON DISEASE
*Dr. Alharthi Adil Hamad MD, Dr. Patan Murthuza Khan MD, #Dr. Abaza Mohammed MD,
Dr. Alhazmi Abdulhameed Albarraq
Patients presenting with generalized Lymphadenopathy for investigation is not uncommon in clinical practice. The common causes of generalized Lymphadenopathy are lymphomas, leukemias, tuberculosis, fungal infection and autoimmune diseases. Prostatic carcinoma presenting with generalized Lymphadenopathy is rarely described in the medical literature. A 60-year-old male patient was referred because of fever night sweats and weight loss with generalized Lymphadenopathy. Excisional biopsy of his left cervical lymph node revealed metastasis of prostatic adenocarcinoma. physicians should be aware of the of uncommon presentation of metastatic prostate carcinoma and include it in the differential diagnosis of generalized Lymphadenopathy.
Keywords: Metastatic prostatic carcinoma. Generalized Lymphadenopathy. Metastatic Cervical Lymphadenopathy.
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