A Rare Case Of Vulvar Paget's Disease Associated With Squamous Cell Carcinoma 1935-1937
B Poornima Ramachandra Bhat,Assistant
Professor, Department of Obstetricsand Gynaecology, Father Muller MedicalCollege,Mangalore â€“ 565 002Karnataka, IndiaMobile No:9448953435 E-mail: email@example.com
Primary cutaneous Paget's disease is an uncommon neoplasm usually of post-menopausal white women. In approximately 10-20% of women with vulvar Paget disease, there is an invasive component or an underlying skin appendage adenocarcinoma. Only a very few case reports in literature have specifically identified proliferative squamous cell component in Paget's disease. This histological change may be misinterpreted as a primary squamous pathology if the Paget's component is not identified and vice-versa. We are reporting one such rare case of vulvar Paget's disease with squamous invasion in an Asian woman.