volume 87, issue 3, P482-484 2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0365-05962012000300023
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Abstract: Abstract: Pigmented Bowen's disease (PBD) is a variant of squamous cell carcinoma in situ and represents less than 2% of cases of Bowen's disease. It is characterized by a sharply demarcated, pigmented plaque with a scaly or crusted surface on intertriginous and genital areas. The authors describe a case of PBD on the penis and analyze the dermoscopic aspects of this type of lesion. Keywords: Bowen's disease; Carcinoma, squamous cell; Dermoscopy; Neoplasms, squamous cell Resumo: A doença de Bowen Pigmentada (…

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