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Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
Volume 7, n° 4
pages 484-489 (octobre 1982)
Doi : 10.1016/S0190-9622(82)80251-X
accepted : 2 February 1981
Hypertrophic actinic keratosis
 

Retna A. Billano,, M.D., Walter P. Little,, M.D. 1
From the Departments of Internal Medicine (Billano) and Pathology (Little), Baptist Medical Centers. 

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A common hypertrophic variant of actinic keratosis is presented. Bland cytologic features are dominant, and the pattern varies markedly from that of other actinic keratoses. Histologic and topographic evidence suggests that the hypertrophic changes are induced by the trauma of chronic rubbing. Shallow biopsy may result in misleading microscopic findings with inconclusive or erroneous histologic diagnosis. (J AM ACAD DERMATOL 7:484-489, 1982.)

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1  Reprint requests to: Dr. Walter P. Little, Department of Pathology, Baptist Medical Centers, 800 Montclair Rd., Birmingham, AL 35213. 1982 Am Acad Dermatol

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