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Bowen's Disease is most commonly seen in elderly individuals and on sun-exposed sites such as head and neck and the upper limbs.
There was no recurrence or eruption of new lesions of Bowen's disease in Case 3.
High-risk human papillomavirus infection in Bowen's disease of the nail unit: report of three cases and review of the literature.
Ragi G, Turner M5, Klein LE, Stoll HL: Pigmented Bowen's disease and review of 420 Bowen's disease lesions.
During our clinical survey, we identified 22 patients, with suspected Bowen's disease, who had severe arsenical skin lesions and two patients with non-healing ulcer (suspected cancer).
In these "wolf-in-sheep's-clothing" cases, the presumed diagnoses included nevi, basal cell carcinoma, Bowen's disease, pigmented seborrheic keratosis, and lentigo, among others (Am.
According to his medical history, at 6 years of age he was diagnosed with asthma, which was treated with Chinese traditional medicine (CTM) pills known to contain arsenic until he was 16 years of age, when he was diagnosed with Bowen's disease.
5% cases of porokeratosis may undergo malignant transformation into Bowen's disease, squamous cell carcinoma, and rarely basal cell carcinoma.
5] These cancers are mostly Bowen's disease and invasive squamous cell carcinomas, growing slowly on areas exposed to sunlight.
The common subsequent conditions are many like granuloma annulare, sarcoid, metastasis, lymphoma, leukemia cutis, pseudolymphoma, tinea, angiosarcoma, Bowen's disease and tuberculoid and vasculitic granuloma.
A case of Bowen's disease and small-cell lung carcinoma: long-term consequences of chronic arsenic exposure in Chinese traditional medicine.
The result of the biopsy showed it was only an instance of Bowen's disease, less serious than the two forms of the disease mentioned above but needing treatment in spite of this.