Basal-cell carcinoma (BCC), also known as basal-cell cancer, is the most common type of skin cancer. It often appears as a painless raised area of skin, which. outras), como malignas (melanoma maligno desmoplásico, carcinoma basocelular esclerodermiforme-esclerosante, carcinoma siringomatoso, entre outros). Descritor Inglês: Carcinoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma Basocelular Pigmentado É clinicamente dividido nos tipos: nodular, esclerodermiforme, tipo morfeia e.

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Page views in Basal cell carcinoma BCC. Accessed December 31st, Trichoblastic carcinoma may be a more accurate term due hasocelular its predominant follicular differentiation and possible follicular origin.

Mainly sun exposed skin, in any hair bearing area e. Associated with UV light exposure particularly intermittent intense exposurehistory of radiation treatment Associated with various syndromes: Common subtypes important esclerofermiforme distinguish for management purposes: Large tumor nodules in the dermis Generally circumscribed Superficial: Angulated narrow tumor nests growing in an infiltrative manner at the leading edge of the tumor Higher recurrence rate More likely to find perineural invasion Indication for Moh’s microsurgery Basosquamous metatypical carcinoma: Basal cell carcinoma plus admixed foci indistinguishable from squamous cell carcinoma NOT the same as focal squamous differentiation in BCC, which is commonly seen More aggressive than classic basal cell carcinoma J Am Carcinima Dermatol ; No consensus – wide local excision, mastectomy, radiation therapy Patients should be followed up for primary site recurrence and axillary metastasis as eaclerodermiforme is greater incidence than with BCC at other anatomical baocelular Dermatol Surg ; Images hosted on PathOut server: Contributed by Mark R.


A basal cell carcinoma on the back. Raised border and central ulceration. Nodular left and pigmented right. BCC in 75 year old man. Red, waxy nodule with visible telangiectasias. BCC “rodent ulcer” in a sun exposed area.

Nipple – fungating, ulcerated, bleeding mass. Nipple – pigmented lesion. Reddish tan to pink papules or nodules, with or without central ulceration, often with telangiectasia prominent subepidermal vessels Atrophic to indurated, scar-like lesions typically will show an infiltrative histologic pattern.

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Basaloid cells with scant cytoplasm and elongated hyperchromatic nuclei, peripheral palisading, peritumoral clefting and mucinous alteration of surrounding stroma Also mitotic figures, apoptotic bodies The presence of myxoid stroma and peripheral clefting has been suggested to be most helpful to distinguish BCC from other basaloid tumors Many secondary features may occur, such as dystrophic calcification, amyloid deposition or inflammatory reactions with or without partial regression Nipple: Clear cell basal cell carcinoma: Tumor cells with prominent cytoplasmic vacuoles or signet ring morphology Fibroepithelial tumor: Also called Pinkus’ tumor, fibroepithelioma Polypoid variant, often on back, with abundant stroma Granular basal cell carcinoma: Contains tumor cells resembling granular cell tumor No clinical significance Infundibulocystic basal cell carcinoma: Contributed by Andrey Bychkov, M.


Amy Lynn, Toledo, Ohio Superficial tumor. Cystic basal cell carcinoma. Micronodular basal cell carcinoma.

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Superficial basal cell carcinoma. J Skin Cancer ; Home About Us Advertise Amazon.

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