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BOF: 29

A 59 year old male presents with long standing abdominal pain. He has had repeated admissions to hospital with episodes of severe pain. He has no significant past illnesses apart from this pain. He smokes 30 cigarettes a day and consumes 50 units of alcohol per week.

On examination of his abdomen you note reticular erythema and pigmentation over the anterior abdominal wall

What type of malignancy may occur within this skin lesion in chronic cases?

a)   Squamous carcinoma

b)   Basal cell carcinoma

c)    Melanoma

d)   Kaposiís sarcoma

e)   Cutaneous T cell lymphoma

 

 

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