A rare case of cutaneous metastasis caused by endometrial adenocarcinoma E. Grignaffini - F. Castagnetti - G. Bianco - R. Ricci* - D. Di Mascio M.M. Dominici - E. Caleffi University oj Parma, Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Department, Hospital Maggiore oj Parma * Department oj Pathology and Anatomy Pathology Lab. Summary: Endometrial adenocarcinoma is the most common gynaecologic malignant cancer and it occurs almost exclusively in women after menopause. Cutaneous metastases are a quite rare event, occurring in about 1% of cases (1). The literature offers only a few cases on it, despite the high incidence of the primitive cancer (2). The appearance of metastasis localizations on the cutaneous surface indicates wide diffusion of the cancer and an unfavourable prognosis (3). Rere we present a case of endometrial carcinoma considered completely removed and resolved, but which recently came to our observation as recurrent, and diagnosed as cutaneous metastasis. It is the first case reported of cutaneous overclavicle metastasis in the literature far this kind of visceral cancer. Key words: Cutaneous metastasis; Endometrial adenocarcinoma.