Linear basal cell carcinoma: Report of three cases with dermoscopic findings
Keywords: 
Linear basal cell carcinoma
Basal cell carcinomas
Issue Date: 
2016
Publisher: 
Scientific Scholar
ISSN: 
0973-3922
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Citation: 
Alcantara-Reifs, C. (C.); Salido-Vallejo, R. (Rafael); González-Menchen, A. (Alberto); et al. "Linear basal cell carcinoma: Report of three cases with dermoscopic findings". Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprology. 82 (6), 2016, 708 - 711
Abstract
Linear basal cell carcinoma was first described as a new clinical subtype in 1985 by Lewis. We were able to find published reports of only 43 other cases since then. Certain unique clinical and histological characteristics differentiate it from other basal cell carcinomas hence, some authors consider it as a different clinical entity.[1,2] Herein, we report three cases of linear basal cell carcinoma.

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