20 female has this type of asymptomatic lesion only on right forearm since 1 yr dx???

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I would put RODENT ULCER and squamous cell carcinoma at no.2.Base of RODENT ULCER is dry

BCC. Nodulo-ulcerative pattern.locally invasive,destroying underlying structures up-to cartilage,if left untreated. Diagnosis:HP Examination.. Treatment :surgery and radiotherapy

Rodent ulcer is a large skin lesion of nodular basal cell carcinoma with central necrosis.

NON. HEALING CHRONIC. ULCER MAYBE.... HAVING... MALIGNANT. CHANGES ADVISABLE... 1. Pus /. Fluid. CULTURE /. SENSITIVITY 2. Biopsy

Rodent's ulcer/ Basal cell carcinoma of arm. Needs tissue biopsy to confirm followed by cryosurgery, radiotherapy and immunotherapy.

IT'S A CASE OF.. CHRONIC ULCER.. ? SCC..SKIN.. ? BCC.. BETTER TO EVALUATE CLINICOPATHOLOGICALLY WITH.. BIOPSY FOR CONFIRMATION AND MANAGEMENT..

BCC TISSUE BIOPSY FOR HPE

Provisional clinical diagnosis: Rodent ulcer (also known as a "Jacob's ulcer") is a large skin lesion of nodular basal-cell carcinoma with central necrosis. Diagnosis often depends on skin examination, confirmed by tissue biopsy. Basal-cell cancer accounts for at least 32% of all cancers globally.

@M k -BCC

Squamous cell carcinoma, excissional biopsy, radiotherapy chemotherapy & immunotherapy

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