Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer
Of the studies that examined the role of ethnicity on sunscreen use in a systematic review, White high school students were more likely to use...
Electrodesiccation and curettage followed by topical 5-fluorouracil may be an effective option in eliminating unresectable primary cutaneous...
Porocarcinoma is a rare, potentially aggressive, glandular malignancy that should be a clinical consideration in patients presenting with a...
Although severe dermatologic disease negatively impacts patients’ quality of life, palliative care may be underutilized in this population.
Use of the Retroauricular Pull-Through Sandwich Flap for Repair of an Extensive Conchal Bowl Defect With Complete Cartilage Loss
Reconstruction of an extensive conchal bowl defect with notable cartilage loss is challenging due to the unique shape of the concha, the need for...
A 79-year-old man with a medical history of type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, and atrial fibrillation presented with an enlarging lesion...
Eccrine porocarcinoma is a rare malignancy that clinically mimics other cutaneous malignancies.
Jennifer Barton, PhD, and her colleagues are developing an OCT/fluorescence imaging falloposcope that is 0.8 mm in diameter, flexible, and...
The high- and very-high-risk groups in the NCCN guidelines identify SCCs at greatest risk for developing poor outcomes.
On Nov. 22, three FDA inspectors arrived at the sprawling Intas Pharmaceuticals plant south of Ahmedabad, India, and found hundreds of trash bags...
SCCs developed most frequently on the head/neck in organ transplant recipients and on the arms/hands in the general population.