Diagnostic Dilemmas: Well Differentiated Squamous Cell Carcinoma With Verrucous Clinical Presentation

Bahar Dasgeb, MD; Samer Ghosn, MD; Tania Phillips, MD


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A biopsy was performed, and the pathology report resulted in a diagnosis of well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma (Figure 2).

This is a well differentiated SCC. There are aggregates of atypical squamous epithelium that exhibit premature keratinization and keratin pearl formation. High mitotic activity with infiltrative pattern is present.


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