Back to Health A to Z. The most effective method of reducing your risk of Bowen's disease, as well as other more serious types of skin cancer, is to limit your exposure to the sun. Bowen's disease itself is not usually serious.
Condyloma acuminatumalso genital wartis a common benign pathology of the genital region vulvapenisperineum. The sections show a polypoid fragment of skin with epithelium on three sides, acanthosis, hyperkeratosis and parakeratosis. Koilocytic changes mild nuclear enlargement, perinuclear clearing are seen focally.
Corresponding author: Dr. Mohammed Chaouche, E-mail: medch11 hotmail. Submission:
Bowen disease is a rare skin disorder. Affected individuals develop a slow-growing, reddish scaly patch or plaque on the skin. Sun exposed areas of the skin are most often affected.
Seborrheic keratosis over genitalia masquerading as Buschke Lowenstein tumor. Seborrheic keratosis SK is a common, benign epidermal proliferation, which can occur anywhere in the skin with the exception of palms, soles and mucosa. There is only one report of mucosal SK in the conjunctiva.
A year-old circumcised man presented with an asymptomatic lesion on his glans penis, which had been present for 2 years. He had been circumcised in adolescence, possibly due to phymosis. Clinical examination revealed areas of thick, stratified and adherent keratosis, surrounded by a silvery, scaly and slightly atrophic plaque over the glans penis and around the urethral meatus Fig.
Mailing address. It is characterized by a sharply demarcated, pigmented plaque with a scaly or crusted surface on intertriginous and genital areas. The authors describe a case of PBD on the penis and analyze the dermoscopic aspects of this type of lesion.
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Correspondence Address : Prof. Seborrheic keratosis SK is a very common benign epidermal proliferation that is prevalent in all races. Most commonly occurring on the trunk, face, scalp, and the extremities, they can occur anywhere on the body except the palms and soles. The most common appearance is that of a very superficial verrucous plaque which appears to be stuck on the surface.