Basal cell carcinoma is the most common nonmelanoma skin cancer. Its occurrence in the perianal region is very rare. Awareness of its benign behavior in this region, in contrast to the earlier reports, is vital in its management. Local excision seems to provide adequate control. We are herewith reporting an extremely rare case of a year-old male with basal cell carcinoma treated adequately with local excision. Basal cell carcinoma BCC remains the most common nonmelanoma skin cancer.
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Clinical pictures: Perianal problems | GPonline
Primary anorectal melanoma presents predominantly in women, in the 4th—6th decade of life. Typical clinical manifestations include rectal bleeding and tenesmus. The prognosis remains poor. The patient underwent a colonoscopy and an ulcerated 3.
Clinical pictures: Perianal problems
This year-old man presented with a very painful infection. There was a large abscess which was easily palpable with surrounding cellulitis. It clearly needed incision so he was admitted for this to be done under general anaesthetic.
It's also called squamous cell carcinoma in situ. It's a very slow growing cancer. Doctors call Bowen's disease pre invasive. That means that there are cancer cells there, but they are only in the outermost layer of skin, the epidermis.