A 70 years old man has noticed progressive ulceration on Right ear , What is the diagnosis?
Correct Answer : Squamous-cell carcinoma
The lesion is exophytic and hyperkeratotic with central ulceration, features that are most typical of a squamous-cell carcinoma. Basal-cell carcinomas typically present as a papule with a pearly border. Granuloma fissuratum refers to a mass of granulation tissue. Melanomas are often flat and hyperpigmented. Seborrheic keratosis typically originates on the back of the ear.
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