Cutaneous Manifestation of Metastatic Infantile Choriocarcin
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Introduction
Choriocarcinoma is an aggressive malignant tumor of placental trophoblastic cells. Reports of the disease are presented in the literature as case reports and review articles. Metastatic spread to the fetus is rare, and diagnosis is often difficult and delayed. In this case report, we describe the clinical, laboratory, and radiographic findings of a neonate presenting to the children's emergency department who was ultimately diagnosed with metastatic choriocarcinoma.

Case
The infant presented to the ED the first time on the 11th day of life for evaluation of a right-sided facial mass because the mother felt it was getting bigger and darker. At the time of birth, she was noted to have a 2?cm subcutaneous mass on the right cheek. The lesion was dark red in color and blanched with pressure. It was firm and there was no evidence of fluctuance or surrounding cellulitis....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4145388/
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