An Unusual Metastatic Tumor in the Shoulder
Olaronke Oshilaja, MD
Presentation Date: March 2013; Expires: March 2016
A 45-year old female presents with dyspnea, worsening cough and a 4 cm left shoulder mass. The patient's past medical history is noteworthy for an above the knee amputation for a left soft tissue thigh mass, 2 ½ years earlier. A fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNA) of the left shoulder mass was performed for a diagnostic work-up.