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Question Penis disease

The following photo is from a 59-year patient that has moist, slightly raised, well-defined, red, smooth or velvety plaque on his penis. If this condition increases the risk of visceral malignancy in the patient, what is the most likely diagnosis?
A. Phimosis
B. Bowen disease
C. Basal cell carcinoma
D. Erythroplasia of Queyrat
E. Syphilis
G. Gonorrhea
H. Bowenoid papulosis
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Ans D since the lesion appears on the glans and can spread to viscera ...
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B. Bowen disease Gray ,solitary,crusty plaque on shaft of the penis,"squam cell carcinoma in situ" i'm sure
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