Other forms of squamous cell carcinoma include keratoacanthoma, actinic chelitis, and Bowen's disease.
What does KA stand for?
KA stands for Keratoacanthoma
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We have 19 other meanings of KA in our Acronym Attic
- Karlsruhe, Germany (automobilie license plate)
- Karma Aquatics (Virginia Beach, VA)
- Katholieke Actie (Dutch)
- Keep Alive
- Keine Ahnung (German: No Idea)
- Keine Angabe (German)
- Kelvinside Academy (Glasgow, Scotland private school)
- Kenmore Air
- Kenya Airways
- Kepler Associates (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lichen planus pemphigoides and multiple keratoacanthomas associated with colon adenocarcinoma.
Maydan E, Nootheti PK, Goldman MP: Development of a keratoacanthoma after topical photodynamic therapy with 5-aminolevulinic acid.
These patients also have a tendency to develop multiple types of cancer, most typically stomach, urothelial, biliary tract, glioblastoma, sebaceous adenomas, keratoacanthomas, and small bowel.
Forslund et al (36) identified HPV Types 5 and 21 in keratoacanthomas from immunosuppressed organ transplant recipients.
Discussion Based on physical examination findings, the differential diagnosis of chondrodermatitis chronica nodularis helicis includes basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, keratoacanthoma, and polychondritis secondary to an autoimmune disease.
James Jauchem wrote in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology of "Calamity on Meadow Street" that "in addition to brain tumors, Brodeur seemed to blame exposure to EMF for the following ailments: Osgood Schlatter syndrome [a disease affecting the tendons of the kneecaps], ganglion and keratinous cysts [small pockets of fluid resulting from inflammation], scoliosis and other spinal deformities, parotid gland inflammation, hypospadias [an abnormality of the penis in which the urethra opens underneath], heart defects, lipodystrophy [a fatty tissue disease], glomerulonephritis [a kidney disorder], strep throat, fever, dark brown urine, pain and swelling in the eyes, swelling of the face, arm numbness, severe headaches, and keratoacanthoma [a disease of the eyes].
Traumatic keratoacanthoma arising in a 15-year-old boy following a motor vehicle accident.