Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer
Most primary lesions are located on the head and neck, lower limb, and upper limb, but they also may appear in non–sun exposed areas such as the...
The authors examined basal cell carcinoma biopsy specimens initially determined to have negative margins after routine sectioning and re-evaluated...
“Prevention is low cost, low risk, and effective.”
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Pigment traits, sun sensitivity associated with risk of non-Hodgkin lymphomas and chronic lymphocytic leukemia
The presence of “many or very many nevi [moles]” was particularly associated with the risk of CLL.
At the end of the day, "the best sunscreen is the one a patient will use regularly and actually enjoy using."
The incidence of keratinocyte carcinoma in the United States is estimated to be 3.5 million cases per year, while all other cancers account for...
Nail Unit Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Updates on Diagnosis, Surgical Approach, and the Use of Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Nail unit squamous cell carcinoma (NSCC) is the most common malignant nail neoplasm, and yet its diagnosis often is delayed, partly due to the...
Intraoperative Tissue Expansion to Allow Primary Linear Closure of 2 Large Adjacent Surgical Defects
It is becoming increasingly more common for dermatology patients to present for treatment of multiple skin cancers during the same appointment....
Cutaneous Odontogenic Sinus: An Inflammatory Mimicker of Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Epidermal Cysts
An odontogenic cutaneous sinus tract (OCST) of dental origin is an uncommon and frequently misdiagnosed lesion that is caused by chronic...
Field Cancerization With Multiple Keratoacanthomas Successfully Treated With Topical and Intralesional 5-Fluorouracil
Treatment of patients with multiple neoplasms within an area of field cancerization can be especially challenging. The case of a patient with...
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“Controversy has surrounded the association between TCI exposure and KC risk since the black-box warning was issued by the FDA.”