Skin Diseases with Facultative Development of Pseudocarcinomatous Hyperplasia
This considers miscellaneous skin disorders which vary widely in etiology and pathogenesis, but which all tend to show atypical pseudocarcinomatous hyperplasia of the epidermis at some stage of their evolution. Unlike the diseases discussed in the preceding chapter, the dermatoses to which pseudocarcinomatous epidermal hyperplasia is facultative, are many and varied. They include granulomatous conditions of bacterial or mycotic origin, chronic ulcerative pyodermas, toxicodermas, and dermatoses of indeterminate etiology presenting ulcerative or ulcerative-vegetative, verrucous, and/or hyperkeratotic lesions.
KeywordsSquamous Cell Carcinoma Varicose Vein Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Lichen Planus Histologic Appearance
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