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Basal Cell Carcinoma

- Ulcerated

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Mycosis Fungoides 

 - Tumors 

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Spontaneous Keloids

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Actinic Keratoses 

- Pre cancerous skin lesion to squamous cell carcinoma 

- Dry, hard, rough scaly papules in sun-exposed areas of skin 

- Scraping will not cause bleeding 

- Cryotherapy is treatment of choice 

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Classic Kaposi Sarcoma 

- Diagnose through biopsy

- Treated with radiation and chemotherapy 

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Blue Nevus 

- Papule or nodule, firm, dark-blue to gray-black. Usually very small. 

- Appear in children and young adults. 

- Asymptomatic 

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Metastatic Melanoma 

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma- Highly differentiated 

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Spreading pigmented Actinic Keratosis (SPAK)

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HIV/AIDS Associated Kaposi Sarcoma 

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HIV/ADIS Associated Kaposi Sarcoma 

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Dermal Melanocytic Nevomalanocytic Nevi 

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Adult T-Cell leukemia/Lymphoma 

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Mycosis Fungoides 

- Leonine Facies 

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Mycosis Fungoides 

- Poikilodermatous lesions 

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Amelanotic Melanoma 

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma 

- Well differentiated 

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

- Nodular Type 

- Malignant epithelial tumor that does NOT metastisize

- MOST COMMON cancer in humans 

- Caused by UVR, some pts. with multiple lesions have inherited mutation 

- Locally invasive 

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

- Ulcerated

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Nevus Spilus 

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

- Nodular Type 

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Basal Cell Carcinoma 

- Sclerosing, nodular, and ulcerating 

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Superficial Spreading Melanoma 

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Mongolian Spot 

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Superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma

- Pigmented 

- Similar to nodular form, but with pigmentation 

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Cellular Blue Nevus 

- Bluish-black nodules 

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Mycosis Fungoides 

- Lymphadenopathy and abnormal lymphs in blood correlate with internal organ involvement

- Treatment determined by stage

- May include PUVA, interferon, electron beam therapy and others 

- REFER 

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Pyogenic Granuloma 

- Typical colar of thickened stratum corneum at base on palms and soles

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Hypertrophic Scar 

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Nodular Melanoma