Ramesh Aravamuthan's research while affiliated with Stanley Medical College and other places

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The incidence of secondary cutaneous deposits from squamous cell carcinoma larynx is very rare. We report a sixty nine year old male who was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of larynx who was treated with radiotherapy and chemotherapy, presented with multiple grouped nodules over the neck in a zosterifom pattern. Eventhough nodular, plaque-li...


... [2] Review of literature revealed that only a few cases of cutaneous metastases from SCC of the larynx have been published in English literature. [1,3,[5][6][7][8][9][10] In all these cases, the age of patients ranged from 58 to 76 years, and all were males. The appearance of skin metastasis was within 2 years after initial diagnosis in most of the cases. ...