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Vladimír Bartoš, Milada Kullová
Conclusions: E-cadherin expression in BCC of the skin is variable and its decline within tumor cells is a relatively frequent finding. There is no doubt, this important cell-cell adhesive molecule is implicated in BCC development and carcinogenesis. However, reduction of E-cadherin expression per se does not seem to directly contribute to the acqusition of more aggressive phenotype in cutaneous BCC. This may represent another peculiarity, by which BCC differs from the most other epithelial malignancies and reflect a distinct tumor biology
Khalifa E. Sharquie, Ammar F. Hameed, Waqas S. Abdulwahhab
Conclusion: The present study hypothesizes a new speculation of the growth and involution of MC lesions where each single MC lesion runs a uniform fixed course of infection that started with lobulated hyperplasia of the epidermis with central umblication.
Loai Sami, Huang Changzheng
Conclusion: We presented a 50-year-old male with O’Brien’s actinic granuloma, who present clinically as multiple annular lesions on the neck of four years duration, associated with prolonged sun exposure. Our patient was compatible with the aforementioned clinical and histopathologically features of O’Brien’s granuloma and excluded other possibilities. This is further supported by the fact that the condition is more common in sunny countries and in fair-skinned and actinically damaged individuals.
Shivanand Gundalli, Balachandra S Ankad, Ashwin PK, Rutuja Kolekar
Conclusions: dermoscopy shows specific patterns in SP and these patterns corresponds to the histological changes. Hence, dermoscopy enables dermatologist to diagnose SP without doing biopsy. To the best of our knowledge, this is first report of dermoscopic pattern in SP in the literature.
Salsabil Attafi, Ines Smichi, Wafa Rkik
Conclusions: The tubular adenoma is benign and recurrence following excision is uncommon.
Kalegowda Deepadarshan, Manjunath Kavya, Muddanahalli Rajegowda Harish, Basavapura Madegowda Shashikumar
Surgical debridement and systemic antibiotics play pivotal role in controlling infection. Since it can occur to common drugs it is very important for the Dermatologists to be aware of this rare iatrogenic disfiguring condition.
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