Solitary metastasis to spleen from breast cancer origin in a patient
with hairy cell leukemia; a case report
Introduction: Metastasis to the spleen is rare. Case presentation: The
patient was a 62-year-old woman with diagnosis of invasive ductal
carcinoma of breast and hairy cell leukemia with huge splenomegaly.
Discussion: This case has been reported considering the uncommonness of
solitary metastasis to the spleen and synchronous hairy cell leukemia.