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Bilateral Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Forehead

Bilateral Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Forehead

Oukarfi Sara1*, Baybay H1, Douhi Z1, Elloudi S1, Mernissi FZ1

Journal Title:Journal of Dermatology Research

Let me present the case of Mr H. aged 70, farmer, with notion of sun exposure since childhood. Who presents in consultation for a neglected right temporal tumor evolving for 18 months with another contralateral tumor of the same aspect evolving for 5 months. Dermatological examination showed two contralateral temporal tumors, the largest measuring approximately 10 cm from long axis to the right and 3 cm to the left. On the right the tumor is bilobed, well limited, of irregular contours, ulcerated with raised edges and budding bottom surmounted by fibrin and hemorrhagic crusts, fixed with pain on palpation. On the left, the tumor is small with the same clinical appearance.