Once in a Blue Moon â€¦ Rare Adnexal Tumor: From the Clinical and Videodermoscopical Aspects to the Mohs Surgery and the Histological Diagnosis
Keywords:Adnexal tumour, Eccrine adenocarcinoma, Squamoid eccrine ductal carcinoma, Videodermoscopy, Mohs surgery
The adnexal tumours are a very heterogeneous group of lesions, more and more studied in the literature. The squamoid eccrine ductal carcinoma (SEDC) is a rare malignant variant that combines ductal structures with squamous differentiation.We report a case of dermoscopic and histological diagnosis of SEDC, treated with Mohs Surgery and with no recurrence of a tumour after 12 months of follow up.
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