Osseous metastasis from a primary breast cancer is common, and the skeletal related morbidity is high. However, solitary acral bony metastasis is rare and the diagnosis of these lesions poses a challenge to the physician. We describe a case of a patient treated with primary breast cancer who later presented with metastatic osteolytic bone lesions confined to a forefinger and toe.
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