Queyrat

Quey·rat

(kā-rah'),
Auguste, 20th-century French dermatologist. See: erythroplasia of Queyrat.
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Conditions such as leukoplakia, [15] erythroplasia of Queyrat, [16] Bowen's disease, [17] and Paget's disease [18] are considered to be precancerous lesions.
The in situ lesions that occur in the squamous epithelium especially involving the genitals are Bowen's disease, Bowen's papillosis and Erythroplakia of Queyrat Here with a report on isolated lichen planus with associated Bowen's disease involving the left conjunctiva near the limbus is being presented.
We ordered a biopsy because we suspected that the cause of the rash was either erythroplasia of Queyrat (a premalignant condition also known as Bowen's disease of the glans penis) or Zoon's balanitis (plasma cell balanitis or balanitis circumscripta plasmacellularis).
Bunlardan bir tanesi sacli deride aktinik keratoz tedavisi sonrasi ortaya cikan melanom (53), bir tanesi Queyrat eritroplazisi bolgesinde ortaya cikan skuamoz hucreli karsinom (54) ve birisi de aktinik keratoz tedavi bolgesinde ortaya cikan keratoakantomadir (55).
Segun los planteamientos de Federico Queyrat, la actividad ludica servira tanto a los maestros como a los padres para facilitar o encauzar sus inclinaciones, pues <<proporcionara, al propio tiempo, a los padres, ocasion de darse cuenta de sus aptitudes y de su caracter [.
This term is used for lesions that occur on the shaft and are not as grossly red as erythroplasia of Queyrat.
y procurar encauzarla en el sentido que preconizaban las sanas doctrinas de los mas famosos pedagogos contemporaneos, como Ellen Key, William James, Roberto Ardigo, Paulssen, Carlos Gross, Queyrat, etc.
Differential diagnosis of this disease entity include moniliasis, wart, psoriasis penile horn, circinate balanitis, erythroplasia of Queyrat, squamous cell epithelioma and verrucous carcinoma (10,11,12).
Precursor lesions for nonmelanoma skin cancers include Bowen's disease and erythroplasia of Queyrat (forms of squamous cell carcinoma in situ that will progress if left untreated).