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Figure 1: Cutaneous metastases of colorectal cancer presenting as ill-defined, violaceous, erythematous patches involving the lateral trunk (a). Cutaneous metastasis of renal cell carcinoma presenting as a single, pinkish nodule upon the occipital area (b). Mucoepidermoid carcinoma metastases presenting as centrally hemorrhagic-crusted, shiny, indurated nodules on the lateral neck and scalp (c). Cutaneous metastasis of infiltrative ductal breast carcinoma presenting as scaly-crusted plaques with erythematous borders (d), flesh-colored papules (e), and indurated violaceous nodules (f) on the chest.

Figure 1: Cutaneous metastases of colorectal cancer presenting as ill-defined, violaceous, erythematous patches involving the lateral trunk (a). Cutaneous metastasis of renal cell carcinoma presenting as a single, pinkish nodule upon the occipital area (b). Mucoepidermoid carcinoma metastases presenting as centrally hemorrhagic-crusted, shiny, indurated nodules on the lateral neck and scalp (c). Cutaneous metastasis of infiltrative ductal breast carcinoma presenting as scaly-crusted plaques with erythematous borders (d), flesh-colored papules (e), and indurated violaceous nodules (f) on the chest.