Alessandra Scilletta

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Primary mucinous carcinoma of the skin (MCS) is a rare neoplasia described for the first time by Lennox et al. in 1952 and formally reviewed by Mendoza and Helwing in 1971. It is an uncommon subtype of sweat gland tumor. MCS affects men (58,8%) more than women (41,2%). It tends to occur in more elderly individuals (average 62,6 years, range 8-87 years),(More)
Epidermoid cysts represent the most common cutaneous cysts. They are usually small and benign; however, sometimes they can grow to giant epidermoid cists, and occasionally malignancies develop. Giant epidermoid cysts at the earlobe have never been described but in other locations. We describe a case of a giant epidermoid cyst at the earlobe, a location(More)
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