Breast cancer and synchronous primary lung cancer with a huge mucinous
cystadenoma received concomitant surgery: A case report
AbstractMultiple primary malignant tumors represent two or more primary tumors
of different origin in a single individual is rare. We report a rare
case of a 57-year-old female who had breast cancer, synchronous lung
cancer, and a huge mucinous cystadenoma and simultaneously underwent
successful combined surgery.