OF CASES WHORLED NEVOID HYPERMELANOSIS 1 PAEDERUS DERMATITIS 2 LINEAR LICHEN PLANUS 5 LICHEN STRIATUS 17 LICHEN NITIDUS 2 INFLAMMATORY LINEAR VERRUCOUS
EPIDERMAL NEVUS 2 HYPOMELANOSIS OF ITO 1 Note: Table made from bar graph.
The grading of papillary squamous cell carcinoma was done according to the criteria laid by Velazquez et al10 while verrucous
carcinoma was by default taken as well differentiated.
This lesion was an exophytic, papillomatous, verrucous
In our case, well-demarcated hyperpigmented verrucous
plaques with discharge, histopathology report, positive fungal scraping and positive fungal culture favored the diagnosis of chromoblastomycosis.
leukoplakia (PVL) is a specific type of LP with the highest malignant transformation rate.
The second stage (the verrucous
stage) consists of wart-like papules and plaques.
A clinicopathological study on verrucous
hyperplasia and verrucous
carcinoma of the oral mucosa.
Pyoderma vegetans (PV) is a very rare, chronic skin disease, which is identified by significant exudative, verrucous
plaques with distinct and elevated margins.
2) There is verrucous
epidermal acanthosis and hyperkeratosis overlying an often fibrotic epidermis.
17) Among penile cancers the prevalence of HPV varies from 22% in verrucous
cancer to 66% in basaloid and warty cancer.
When carcinoma develops, squamous cell carcinoma is the most common (keratinizing or nonkeratinizing), while mucoepidermoid carcinoma, verrucous
carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, and undifferentiated carcinoma may be seen.
In advanced lymphedema, there may be the presence of skin changes such as discoloration, verrucous
(wart-like) hyperplasia, hyperkeratosis, and papillomatosis; and eventually deformity (elephantiasis).
lesions, with or without ulceration, were the most common lesion type (56%), followed by plaque/nodular lesions (43%) and papular lesions (2%).
13,14) Cutaneous lesions include boils, abscesses, and verrucous
plaques with peripheral pustules, with or without ulcerations, overlying any of the aforementioned lesions.
In our case, no additional risk factors such as history of common shower use or presence of other foci of verrucous
lesions could be detected.