bowenoid

bowenoid

adjective Referring or pertaining to either bowenoid papulosis or Bowen’s disease (carcinoma in situ of the skin).

bowenoid

adjective Pertaining to Bowen's disease
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Bowenoid papulosis is another HPV-associated disease affecting the squamous epithelium.
Hofbauer, "Bowenoid Actinic Keratosis and Bowen's Disease Treated Successfully with Ingenol Mebutate," Dermatology, vol.
* Bowenoid (13.0%) lesions, which have glomerular or dotted vessels, or combinations of both
(i) Classical VIN: including lesions formerly known as VIN II and VIN III, bowenoid, condylomatous, and mixed form
Millwaters, "Cutaneous plasmacytoma adjacent to Bowenoid actinic keratosis on the scalp: is there a link?" International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, vol.
These infiltrated cells possess ovoid nuclei, some with dispersed chromatin and some presenting anisonucleosis, perinuclear cytoplasmic vacuolization and possible Bowenoid transformation, which may suggest a viral etiology.
(27) Bowenoid papulosis, caused by human papilloma virus appears first during pregnancy or may get aggravated.
He had had multiple lesions for 20 years of bowenoid actinic keratosis on the face, the forehead, and the left ear.
Linear verrucous epidermal nevus, condyloma acuminata and bowenoid papulosis were excluded by history and histopathological data.
Other clinical presentations of HPV include bowenoid papulosis and epidermodysplasia verruciformis.
Varying from in situ bowenoid dysplasia to frankly invasive squamous cell carcinoma with wide spread metastasis and local recurrence resistant to therapy, recorded in the literature.
Often it is characterized by well-defined, slightly raised red or white lesions, but it's not unusual to see hyperpigmented lesions resembling bowenoid papules in these patients, Dr.