Squamous carcinoma of the nail bed. A case report.


Primary carcinoma of the nail bed is a rare occurrence, and all cases yet reported arose in the fingers. Although often masked by chronic disease of the overlying nail or surrounding tissues, the lesion is slow-growing and spread of the tumour before diagnosis is rare. A case of primary squamous carcinoma of the nail bed of the right hallux, in which spread… (More)


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