Chantay M. Dudley

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BACKGROUND Microcystic adnexal carcinoma (MAC) is a rare tumor of the skin. Clinically it often masquerades as a firm, subcutaneous nodule on the head and neck regions. Microscopically it extends far beyond assessed clinical margins spreading locally in the dermal, subcutaneous, and perineural tissue planes. The local recurrence rate by standard excision is(More)
BACKGROUND There has been much debate regarding the efficacy of the Mohs chemosurgery fixed-tissue technique vs the fresh-tissue technique in the treatment of cutaneous melanoma. OBJECTIVE To review the treatment results of the 179 cases of melanoma registered with the Mohs melanoma tumor registry from 1981 to 1991, accumulated from nine referring Mohs(More)
BACKGROUND Cutaneous metastases from vulvar squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) have been reported only twice previously and both patients expired shortly after they occurred. Mohs surgery has been reported in three previous publications as a successful treatment for local invasive vulvar SCC and Bowen's disease. OBJECTIVE To describe a third case with(More)
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