Table 2

Pagetoid spread in the epidermis
A. PRIMARY NEOPLASMS
Paget’s Disease (PD)[17]
• Primary PD
• De novo in the areola [18]
Melanocytic Tumors[19]
• Malignant melanoma [20]
• Spitz’s nevus [21]
• Acral nevus [22]
Epithelial Cutaneous Neoplasms
• Squamous cell carcinoma (Bowen’s disease) [23]
• Extraocular sebaceous carcinoma of the shoulder [24] and left upper arm [25]
• Ocular sebaceous carcinoma (of Meibomian gland origin) in eyelids [26,27]
• Merkel cell carcinoma [28]
• Tricholemmal carcinoma [29]
• Porocarcinoma [30]
• Basal cell carcinoma [31]
Benign Epidermal Conditions
• Focal acantholytic dyskeratosis [32]
• Cutaneous hamartoma with pagetoid cells [33]
• Clear cell papulosis of the skin [34,35]
• Pagetoid dyskeratosis of the prepuce [36]
• Benign mucinous metaplasia of the penis (mucosal side of prepuce) [37]
• Mammary gland-related clear cells of normal nipples (Toker cells) [38,39]
Lymphohematopoietic Conditions
• Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
• Pagetoid reticulosis
• Localized Woringer-Kolopp disease [40]
• and generalized Ketron-Goodman disease [41]
• Mycosis fungoides, common type
• Langerhans cell histiocytosis: self-healing [42], malignant [43], nodular [44]
• Leukemia: Monoblastic leukemia [45]
B. METASTATIC NEOPLASMS
Carcinomas and Malignant Melanoma

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