ULCERS

• Dr.Hiwa Omer Ahmed • Assistant Professor in general surgery

Aphthus Ulcer

Aphthous ulcers
• Canker sores (Aphthous ulcers) are very common. Typically, they are a shallow ulcer with a white or whitish/yellow base surrounded by a reddish border. This ulcer is seen in an individual with AIDS and is located in front and just below the bottom teeth.

BCC

BCC Nodule

a basal cell carcinoma
• a basal cell carcinoma • This flesh-colored, verrucal, pearly, smooth, non-scaling papule is a basal cell carcinoma.

PEPTIC ULCER

Peptic ulcer
• An ulcer is a crater-like lesion on the skin or mucous membrane caused by an inflammatory, infectious, or malignant condition. To avoid irritating an ulcer a person can try eliminating certain substances from their diet such as caffeine, alcohol, aspirin, and avoid smoking.

PEPTIC ULCER

BED SORES

Sq CC

SQ CC

squamous cell carcinoma
• squamous cell carcinoma • This irregular red nodule is an invasive squamous cell carcinoma (a form of skin cancer). Initial appearance, shown here, may be very similar to a noncancerous growth called a keratoacanthoma. Squamous cell cancers can metastasize (spread) and should be removed surgically as soon as they are diagnosed

Sq CC

F &F

PNS

Pressure ulcer

Ischemic ulcer

SINUS

Fistula in ano

Fistulogram

•CYSTS

Cystic hygroma

POLYCYSTIC

Thyroid Cysts

MRI CYST

THYROGLOSSAL cyst

Seb. CYST

UMBLICAL HERNIA

Malignant melanoma

LIPOMA

GRANULOMA

SECOUNDARIES

PAPILLOMA

FIBROIDS

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