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Year : 1998  |  Volume : 43  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 58-60

Adnexal Tumours Of Skin



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Sanjay N Parate


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A total 120 cases of epidermal appendage tumours of skin were analysed and classified according to the classification provided by WHO’. Epidermal appendage tumours accounted for 12.87% of all skin tumours, of which 29.17% were benign and 70.83% were malignant. Most of the tumours (75.83%) were in the head and face region. The most common tumour was basal cell epithelioma (55%).


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