Anal carcinoma with secondary inguinal lymph node deposit.Lymphatic drainage from the anus is via the inguinal nodes, and tumors may metastasise to this site, as seen here. Secondary inguinal node deposits may be the presenting feature in a small number of patients. In this example the lymph nodes have ulcerated through the skin and fungated.
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