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

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


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Initially, an excisional biopsy was performed. The diagnosis of well differentiated SCC was made based on the pathology report. The patient was referred for Mohs surgery. The tumor was completely removed with satisfactory clear margins. She will be followed closely for the development of any new tumors. In this particular case, chronic immunosuppression treatment may have contributed to the development of SCC.

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