Parul Gupta1, Anil Kumar Dhull2, Vivek Kaushal
Coexisting ovarian and breast carcinomas in a single patient are very rare with only infinitesimal cases reported in literature. The two cancers are either detected at the same time (synchronous) or one may follow the other after a period of time (metachronous). Although, breast and ovarian cancers are one of the commonest tumours in females, yet a coexisting primary involving both organs in a single patient is a rarity in medical literature prompting us to publish this article.
Synchronous, Metachronous, Double Malignancies, Ovarian Cancer, Breast Cancer.