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Rom J Morphol Embryol. 2018;59(4):1225-1232.

Long disease-free survival following total sternal resection and reconstruction of the sternum with acrylic cement for unique massive sternal metastasis after operated breast cancer.

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Department of Extreme Conditions Medicine, University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Craiova, Romania; adrian.macovei@gmail.com.

Abstract

Unique sternal metastasis is an uncommon finding in the follow-up of operated breast cancer. We present a case of massive sternal metastasis occurred few years after radical resection of a right mammary cancer, that we solved by total sternal resection and reconstruction of sternum with acrylic cement and Vicryl mesh. The patient is disease-free five years after the operation.

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