Background Classification in cutaneous neoplasm diviided into keratinazing and melanocytic neoplasm. The most common neoplasm in cutaneous lesion are basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma (from keratinazing neoplasm) also malignant melanoma (from melanocytic neoplasm). This study examines number of cases and type of distribution form of 3 most common primary cutaneous neoplasm in 2005-2009 and compared to data in 1990-1998. Material and methods Data within 2005-2009 was obtained from archeiving of Anatomical Pathology Department Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia-Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, histopathological based. All cases with histopathological diagnosis as Basal cell carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinoma and Malignant melanoma based on ICD-O was assesed and compared to same criteria of data in 1990-1998. Result 395 cases were obtained consisted of 43% (171) was Basal cell carcinoma, 49.6% (196) was squamous cell carcinoma and 7.1% (28) was diagnose as malignant melanoma, with male predominance and the range of age was 60-69 years old. Conclution The number of cutaneous neoplasm was increased about 5 times comparing to previous data in 1996-1998. Number of SCC was increased 29 times, BCC was 6 times, and MM was 4.3 times comparing to the previous data.
|Journal||Majalah Patologi Indonesia|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|