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Posts Tagged ‘radiation therapy complications’

Lethal Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Forearm in a Lung Transplant Recipient

HISTORY A 71-year-old lung transplant recipient presented with a recurrence of left dorsal forearm and wrist Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) after Mohs excision in 2016 performed elsewhere. The patient underwent Mohs excision with clear margins and additional deeper wide local resection with no carcinoma identified. Patient was referred for radiation oncology evaluation, but he was…

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FIELD CANCERIZATION WITH BASAL CELL CARCINOMA

2012 Radiation Simulation   Persistent cheek recurrence of BCC at edge of flap  recent CT showing resected right temporal bone with overlying flap and evidence of deep tumor HISTORY This 69-year-old man presented with greater than 25-year history of multiple basal cell carcinomas of the face and neck. His most problematic cancer has been in…

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