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Volume 31 (September - December 2018)

A 61-year-old male was admitted to the hospital with tumors in the scalp (A), face (B), and neck (C) that had been present for four month with an acute decrease in visual acuity. These tumors have progressed to ulceration. Clinical examination observed although limited 3 lumps varying sizes from 1,5mm to 2 cm and ulcerated at the center. Cerebral magnetic resonance imaging and thoracoabdominal pelvic scanner objectivated a tumoral mass of lung (D) with ocular, hepatica and bone metastasis. What is your diagnosis?

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