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Out of 3,000 consecutive basal cell carcinoma 81 (2.7%) were located on the scalp of 77 patients (41 males, 36 females). The age at diagnosis was 50.8 +/- 14 years. Seventy five patients had a single lesion, one had 2 and another 4. Significant etiological factors were organoid nevi (11), syringocystadenoma papilliferum (1), androgenic alopecia (5), wound(More)
A 52 year old housewife was vaccinated against smallpox at the age of 18, on her right deltoid area. At the age of 50 she noticed erythema and scaling on the vaccination scar and 2 years later a nodule appear that enlarged during the following 3 months. There was no history nor skin changes suggestive of significant sun exposure. The histological(More)
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