Sir James Paget

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English pathologist who discovered the cause of trichinosis (1814-1899)


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Extramammary Paget disease expresses androgen receptor but often lacks expression of estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor.
Vulvar Toker cells: the long-awaited missing link: a proposal for an origin-based histogenetic classification of extramammary Paget disease.
Cutaneous mucinous carcinomaarisingin extramammary Paget disease of the perineum.
The pathologic differential diagnosis of clear cell squamous cell carcinoma in situ includes extramammary Paget disease, mammary Paget disease, benign and malignant tumors characterized by intraepidermal pagetoid cells, and other clear cell neoplasms of the skin.
Pathologic differential diagnosis of clear cell squamous cell carcinoma in situ: conditions with intraepidermal Pagetoid cells Clear cell papulosis Clear cell squamous cell carcinoma in situ Clear cells of Toker (of the nipple epidermis) Extramammary Paget disease Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma Eccrine porocarcinoma Histiocytosis X (Langerhans cell histiocytosis) Langerhans cell microabscess (in cutaneous delayed hypersensitivity reactions) Malignant melanoma in situ (superficial spreading) Merkel cell carcinoma (with pagetoid intraepidermal spread) Metastasis (epidermotropic) Pagetoid dyskeratosis Paget disease (extramammary and mammary) Sebaceous carcinoma Spitz nevus (pagetoid) Table 2.
We also review reports of other patients with extramammary Paget disease who were treated with this therapy.
The cytoplasm of the atypical cells was stained with periodic acid-Schiff stain, confirming the diagnosis of extramammary Paget disease.
Surgical and medical treatment options for the patient's primary and limited cutaneous extramammary Paget disease were considered.
The large cells of extramammary Paget disease show large atypical nuclei and cytoplasmic mucin instead of the central pyknotic nuclei and mucin-negative cytoplasm characteristic of the cells seen in pagetoid dyskeratosis.
In contrast to extramammary Paget disease at other sites, Paget disease of perianal skin has been reported to have a high frequency of associated cancers.