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Posts Tagged ‘Basosquamous Cell Carcinoma’

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SMAS Fasciocutaneous Island flap used to reconstruct the parotid and facial defect. HISTORY 79 year old man presented in 3/2017 with basal cell carcinoma of the right ear involving the parotid and the tragal cartilage. 3 levels of Mohs were done without clear margins. Mapping biopsies were performed on 3/20/17 showing metatypical basal cell carcinoma…

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Basosquamous Cell Carcinoma

Metatypical basosquamous cell carcinoma is a subset of cutaneous cancers that poses an increased risk of metastases to the patient due to its aggressive behavior. The classic histology of metatypical basosquamous cell carcinoma includes features of both basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, as well as areas of intermediate differentiation. The cells are larger and…

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Radiation Therapy of Skin Cancer: Dosing and Complications

Although, radiation of ear carcinomas can pose a risk of chondritis and poor healing, that risk can be virtually eliminated with lower dose fractions (radiation dose per treatment) spread over a longer course. Total dose requirement for skin cancer treatment ranges from 3500 cGy to 6000 cGy depending on the size and depth of the…

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