Metastases to the uterine cervix are infrequent (1–3). Except for cases of endometrial primary carcinoma, the most common origin of neoplastic dissemination to the uterine cervix is the ovary, followed by the breast (1,2). Primary gastrointestinal tumors are rare, and in most of these cases cervical metastases are associated with adnexal bilateral masses (Krukenberg's tumors) (1).
- uterine cervix metastases
- gastric carcinoma
- Signet cell adenocarcinoma
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