Solitary small bowel metastasis secondary to lung cancer is very uncommon. In this report, we present a patient with NSCLC and a metachronous solitary metastasis of the jejunum. She is alive without evidence of disease and doing well four years after palliative surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case report describing a prolonged survival in a patient with a symptomatic solitary small bowel metastasis treated with palliative surgery, chemo- and radiotherapy instead of complete surgical resection.,
Journal of Clinical Oncology
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Kant, K., Noordhoek Hegt, V., & Aerts, J. (2010). A patient with four-year survival after nonsmall cell lung carcinoma with a solitary metachronous small bowel metastasis. Journal of Clinical Oncology. doi:10.1155/2010/616130