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We present a case of mandibular metastasis as the first manifestation of a disseminated prostate carcinoma. After commenting on the exceptional nature of the case, we underline the importance of histochemical markers (Acid phosphatase. PSA) to determine the non-filiated origin of a metastasis. It is advisable for this to be carried out systematically in all cases of metastasis of indeterminate origin.


Journal article


Actas urologicas espanolas

Publication Date





274 - 275


Humans, Adenocarcinoma, Mandibular Neoplasms, Prostatic Neoplasms, Aged, Male