Two Case Report of Extramammary Paget’s Disease Being Long-Term Misdiagnosed
Abstract: Extramammary Paget’s disease (EMPD) is a rare cutaneous adenocarcinoma and usually originates from the duct openings of apocrine sweat glands. The disease appears as a well-defined chronically infiltrated plaque in the skin with apocrine sweat glands. The genitalia, armpits and navel are most commonly affected. While pruritic erythematous plaque is the most common symptom, erosion, oozing, crusting could also be observed. The diversity of the clinical manifestations sometimes leads to misdiagnosis, even delayed treatment. Two cases of misdiagnosed EMPD and the possible reasons for the misdiagnosis are discussed in this article.
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