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Dermatology
Skin Appendage Disord (2024) 10 (2): 99–103.
Published Online: 21 November 2023
... cases were identified to have demonstrated pseudocarcinomatous changes that histopathologically mimic squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). Literature review highlights a range of findings including subclinical deposits of uric acid in the nail, onychoschizia, onychorrhexis, and Beau’s line. Key Messages...
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Dermatology
Skin Appendage Disord (2021) 7 (4): 306–310.
Published Online: 23 March 2021
...Natalie M. Williams; Aderonke O. Obayomi; Julio A. Diaz-Perez; Brian W. Morrison Introduction: Monodactylous longitudinal melanonychia (LM) may represent both benign and malignant dermatologic disorders. However, squamous cell carcinoma in situ (SCCis) is not commonly considered in this setting...
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Subject Area:
Dermatology
Skin Appendage Disord (2021) 7 (3): 163–172.
Published Online: 02 March 2021
..., longitudinal ridging, discoloration, and nail plate loss. In most patients, nail changes involved the majority of fingernails and toenails and most often appeared prior to the diagnosis of malignancy. The most common associated underlying malignancies were squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck...
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Subject Area:
Dermatology
Skin Appendage Disord (2018) 4 (2): 82–85.
Published Online: 12 August 2017
.... The development of aggressive squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) arising in the scleroatrophic area is also a distinctive feature of the syndrome. Early diagnosis is important due to the early onset, mostly in the third to fourth decades of life, and aggressive progress of SCC, which occurs in around 15% of affected...