PMID: 3950181Mar 1, 1986

Surgical treatment for aggressive giant keratoacanthoma of the face

The Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology
W A PaganiD Lorusso

Abstract

A case of aggressive giant keratoacanthoma on the right temple region is described. Histopathologic examination was not definitive for keratoacanthoma, so that clinical considerations were helpful for diagnosis. The neoplasm was treated successfully with surgical excision and immediate repair with skin graft, in spite of one narrow peripheral area of residual disease on the wound surface after resection.

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Jul 18, 2003·Ophthalmology·Mark J DonaldsonRichard M Williamson
Mar 25, 2000·Auris, Nasus, Larynx·M MoriyamaG Mogi
Aug 1, 1994·International Journal of Dermatology·W Y WongA Guana
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