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Posts Tagged ‘Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy’

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy for Cutaneous SCC

HISTORY A 58-year-old kidney transplant recipient presented with a 6-month history of squamous cell carcinoma of the left scalp. This large lesion was adjacent to the scar of a previous carcinoma excision in 2014. Patient is on sirolimus for his kidney transplant performed in 1984. He has had multiple BCCs and SCCs of scalp, back,…

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Near-Infrared Laser Lymphangiography Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy for Melanoma

HISTORY A 61-year-old male presents for 1.5 cm malignant melanoma of left posterior shoulder invading to at least 1.2 mm (Clark’s Level IV) on a shave biopsy. Left shoulder melanoma was excised, and a left axillary sentinel lymph node was biopsied. Small focus of residual melanoma was found in the primary site, but none in…

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Melanoma within recurrent MIS

HISTORY   73-year-old woman presents with 1-year history of recurrent pigmented lesion of the right nasal ala  found to be invasive melanoma with 0.5 mm invasion. Patient’s history began 9 years ago in 2009 with excision of a melanoma in situ and skin graft closure. In 2012, pigmentation adjacent to the graft site was found…

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Scalp SCC Metastasis to Neck

HISTORY   64-year-old man presents in 11/2017 with tender, right postauricular swelling. Fine needle aspiration biopsy showed squamous cell carcinoma. Extensive squamous cell carcinoma of scalp was treated with 4 levels of Mohs earlier that year in 01/2017. Additional smaller squamous cell carcinoma of the same area of the scalp was treated with Mohs in…

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RECURRENT MELANOMA

  HISTORY 70-year-old woman presents with metastatic melanoma in the right parotid gland region of 1 year duration. Diagnosis was made with a core needle biopsy on 09-08-17. Patient also has small palpable right cervical lymph nodes with SUV 1.6 and 2.0. Patient history of melanoma began in 2001 as a pink macule of the…

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INVASIVE BOWEN’S CARCINOMA OF CHEEK

HISTORY 79 year old woman presented with a 3 month history of right angle of jaw mass hardening over time. A biopsy of a separate lesion of the right central cheek on 2/21/17 showed papillated Bowen’s Disease. The jaw mass was biopsied on 2/24/17 and revealed invasive Bowen’s carcinoma – squamous cell carcinoma. DISCUSSION This…

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STUMP and MelTUMP

Ambiguous melanocytic lesions – those with histopathologic findings without a diagnostic consensus – are divided into thin and thick tumors. Thin lesions appear as dysplastic nevi and have a potential of being part of melanoma in situ or superficial spreading melanoma. We have explored diagnostic and therapeutic considerations of the thin lesions in a previous…

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