PMID: 4067058Dec 1, 1985Paper

Basal cell carcinoma associated with keratoacanthoma

The Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology
J Bryant


This report describes a basal cell carcinoma associated with a keratoacanthoma, showing a histologic transition between the two lesions. Two previously reported cases of basal cell carcinoma are associated with keratoacanthoma, but do not show a transition between the two lesions. The malignant potential of the keratoacanthoma in this case is emphasized.


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