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Dermoscopy of Linear Basal Cell Carcinomas, a Potential Mimicker of Linear Lesions: a Descriptive Case-series

By February 13, 2023January 30th, 2024No Comments

Cristian Navarrete-Dechent, Michael Armando Marchetti, Pablo Uribe, Rodrigo J. Schwartz, et al

Introduction: Among the various widely recognized basal cell carcinoma (BCC) clinical patterns, linear basal cell carcinoma (LBCC) is an uncommon morphologic variant of BCC.

Objectives: Describe the clinical and dermoscopic characteristics of LBCC.

Methods: Retrospective study including LBCC cases from 5 dermatology centers in North and South America. Biopsy-proven primary BCCs, that presented with at least 3:1 length:width ratio on physical examination, irrespective of tumor subtype or location, were included. Clinical and dermoscopic analysis were performed by 2 experts in dermoscopy.

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