epithelioma cuniculatum

ep·i·the·li·o·ma cu·ni·cu·la·'tum

verrucous carcinoma occurring uncommonly on the sole of the foot, forming a slowly growing warty mass that may invade deeply but which rarely metastasizes.
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Epithelioma cuniculatum refers to verrucous carcinoma found almost exclusively in the foot andwas first describedin 1954 by Professor Ian Aird [3].
Epithelioma cuniculatum is almost always unilateral and rarely involves multiple sites.
The gross appearance of epithelioma cuniculatum is characteristic and distinctive, presenting as a warty, keratotic or sometimes soft tumour.
There are only five records of metastatic epithelioma cuniculatum in the literature, all with metastasis to lymph nodes and lung in one patient [4, 7].
Only one case in the literature describes bilateral epithelioma cuniculatum and this patient was treated successfully with excision and selective toe amputation [9].
Moh's technique, which microscopically controlled dissection allows total tumour removal with maximum preservation of normal tissue structure, has been reported to be successfully implemented on patients with epithelioma cuniculatum.
Although being a rare diagnosis, awareness should be raised of epithelioma cuniculatum, due to the slow growing but locally aggressive nature of the tumour.
Epithelioma cuniculatum (carcinoma cuniculatum) of the thumb: a case report and literature review.
Epithelioma cuniculatum a variety of squamous carcinoma peculiar to the foot.
Dermatopathology in historical perspective: epithelioma cuniculatum (Aird).
DNA dot-blot hybridization implicates human papillomavirus type 11-DNA in epithelioma cuniculatum.