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16) Those patients with Bowen's disease have atypical keratinocytes throughout the entire epidermis.
Krishnan R, Lewis A, Orengo IF, Rosen T: Pigmented Bowen's disease (squamous cell carcinoma in situ): a mimick of malignant melanoma.
Any skin cancer also included melanoma, Bowen's disease, and non-specified skin cancers.
Some entities that can mimic melanoma include a halo nevus, solar lentigo, traumatized blue nevus, seborrheic keratosis, pigmented basal cell carcinoma, pigmented Bowen's disease, pigmented squamous cell carcinoma, and thrombosed angioma.
The patient was diagnosed with Bowen's disease and developed extensive-stage small-cell carcinoma of the lung 10 years and 47 years, respectively, after the onset of arsenic exposure.
Beverley was diagnosed with Bowen's Disease in 1994, a superficial form of skin cancer which usually attacks the elderly.
A IN your age group, the presence of a red patch on the leg which does not respond to treatment suggests that you may have a condition called Bowen's disease.
Beverley, of Liverpool, was diagnosed with Bowen's Disease, a cancer of surface cells which often occurs in many places at the same time and results in flat, scaly skin.