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Metastasis: Distant Lymph Nodes Lesion

Cancers are sorted by a combination of rarity, overall frequency of metastases, and predilection for this site. Change metastases list to be ungrouped by characteristic.


Unspecified Characteristics

Breast Adenocarcinoma Uncommon adult more common in triple-negative cancers
Small Cell Lung Cancer Common adult retroperitoneal nodes
Colorectal Adenocarcinoma Rare adult i.e. not intra-abdominal
Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma Rare adult abdominal or axillary lymph nodes are rare sites for metastasis in general. However, axillary nodes are more common with SCC.
Renal Cell Carcinoma Uncommon adult
Endometrial Cancer Common adult
Testicular Cancer Common adultchild mediastinum, supraclavicular regions
Merkel Cell Carcinoma Common adult
Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma Common adult
Cervical Cancer Uncommon adult para-tracheal
Cholangiocarcinoma Common adult intra-abdominal but beyond the local nodes
Gallbladder Cancer Common adult regional nodes
Gastric Adenocarcinoma Rare adult
Rhabdomyosarcoma Common child
Osteosarcoma Uncommon adultchild
Hepatocellular Carcinoma Rare adult
Hodgkin's Lymphoma Common adultchild
Medulloblastoma Common adultchild
Astrocytoma Common adult most commonly cervical


Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Uncommon adult will calcify if serous primary


Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma (Primary Tumor) adultchild rare to calcify or be necrotic without treatment