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The Korean Journal of Pathology 1996;30(2): 161-163.
Large-Cell Acanthoma: A case report.
Yu Hoon Kim, Seong Jin Cho, Ae ree Kim, Nam Hee Won, Kye Yong Song
Large-cell acanthoma is a generally hyperkeratotic, sharply demarcated patch on sun-exposed skin with the outstanding pathologic feature being composed of large, relatively uniform keratinocytes. We describe a case of large-cell acanthoma that involved the skin of the nasal bridge. Patient was a 56-year-old women with a tannish brown patch, 2 cm in size and of 5 years' duration. Controversial issues about nosologic entity of large cell acanthoma are discussed.
Key Words: Large-cell acanthoma
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