GENERAL PATHOLOGY (LUNG / CV / BRAIN ETC)

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ACINIC KERATOSIS

BOWENS DISEASE

SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS

BASAL CELL CARCINOMA

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'senile wart' benign lesion with roundish scabby appearance - neoplasia of keratinocytes that can appear in various colours

pre-cancerous patch of basal epidermal dysplasia = thick/scaly/crusty skin usually caused by UV damage - 20% cahance of developing into sqamouc cell carcinoma

'squamous cell carcinoma in situ' early stage cancer = full thickness epidermal dysplasia and parakeratosis (no breach of basement membrane)

Second most common skin cancer- breaches basement membrane - causing ulcerative lesions with raised edges - substantial risk of metastasis

most common skin cancer with a low metastati risk - can cause significant disfigurement - can look like eczemea - can be cut out / radiotherapy / cryotherapy / Moh's surgery


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