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verrucose

[və′rü‚kōs]
(biology)
Having the surface covered with wartlike protuberances.
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Verrucous carcinoma is a unique variant of well-differentiated SCC.
In our study majority of cases were of Squamous cell carcinoma constituting 67.9% cases, Haemangioma 5.8% cases, chronic tonsillitis 4.8% cases, chronic inflammation 1.9% cases, squamous papilloma 2.9% cases, verrucous carcinoma, fibrolipoma, ameloblastic carcinoma, epulis and lichen planus constituting 1.9% cases each respectively and pleomorphic adenoma, adenoid cystic carcinoma, lymphangioma, basal cell carcinoma, angiofibroma, fibrous histiocytoma and NHL constituting 0.9% cases each respectively.
Multiple skin-colored to yellowish papules on his face and along the margins of the upper and lower eyelids in the characteristic pattern of beads on a string [Figure 1]; multiple hyperkeratotic verrucous plaques on the dorsum of the hands, elbows, and knees [Figure 2]; waxy papules and plaques on the axillae [Figure 3]; oral mucosa was rigid and labial mucosa had become nodular and thickened, and the range of motion of the tongue was severely affected secondary to infiltration of the frenulum with missing all teeth in the upper jaw and 5 molars in the lower jaw [Figure 4]; The hair and nails were normal.
The second patient did not have a history of genital warts, and a verrucous lesion appeared after local corticosteroid therapy of LS.
Su et al.5 proposed a diagnostic criteria for PV which are: (1) Isolation of a pathogenic microbe; (2) clinical presentation of large verrucous plaques with multiple pustules and elevated borders; (3) microscopic findings of pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia with neutrophil- rich microabscesses within the epidermis and dermis; (4) negative culture for deep fungi, atypical mycobacteria, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis; (5) negative fungal serology test result; and (6) bromide level in the blood within reference range.5 The common organisms isolated from tissue cultures include Staphylococcus aureus, Beta-hemolytic streptococci, P.
Association between HIV infection, patient age at presentation, HPV infection and histological type of penile cancer HIV-negative HIV-positive p-value Patient age (years) Mean 57.2 43.7 0.05 Range 26-89 26-69 HPV on histology n % n % HPV-negative 16 76.2 12 44.4 HPV-positive 5 23.8 15 55.6 0.04 Histology Squamous cell carcinoma 17 89.5 21 77.8 Verrucous carcinoma 2 10.5 6 22.2 0.44
Unlike ENV, this condition involves pitting edema with erythema and does not have a verrucous appearance.
Aoki, "Pemphigus vegetans associated with verrucous lesions: expanding a phenotype," Clinics, vol.
The clinical diagnosis of VX may be challenging, and the differential diagnosis should include benign lesions, such as squamous papilloma, condyloma acuminatum, and verruca vulgaris, potentially malignant disorders including leukoplakia and its subtypes and erythroplakia, and malignant epithelial tumors, such as verrucous carcinoma and invasive squamous cell carcinoma [1-4].
Pathology showed verrucous histologic features with chronic inflammation and underlying abscess with concerns for a possible cutaneous malignancy.
In the same context, oral verrucous carcinomas almost always display cytoplasmic HuR immunoreactivity (100%, 17/17 investigated cases in Habiba et al.