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A 67-year-old Ethiopian woman presented with a large black plaque surrounded by several smaller violaceous papules on her frontal hairline for 6 months. The largest plaque was tender and occasionally itchy. Surrounding this plaque were several smaller smooth, pigmented, round to annular papules. 
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Findings from a recent study found PD-1 inhibition was tolerated and effective for treating patients with advances or metastatic cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.
Quizzes
Which skin cancer is considered to be more common among African Americans?
Quizzes
A 62-year-old White man presented with nail changes on his left third finger. He described an initial thickening and discoloration of his nail of 1 year that progressed more rapidly over the last 12 m
Quizzes
Nonmelanoma skin cancers such as basal cell carcinoma and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC) have favorable prognoses if treated and managed early. Test your knowledge of expert-recommended trea
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