Malignant Cutaneous Wounds

Jeanne Held-Warmkessel

Linda Schiech

malignant wound
CJON 2007, 6(5), 305-309. DOI: 10.1188/02.CJON.305-309

Malignant cutaneous wounds are a metastatic complication arising from a primary malignancy. Their incidence is difficult to establish but has been reported in up to 9% of patients with cancer. The following case studies, questions, and answers explore this problem.

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