‘windblown appearance’ is seen in epithelium of which disease?
C. Bowen′s disease
Bowen′s disease – epithelium
- Elongation and thickening of the rete ridges
- Crowding of keratinocyte.
- Loss of polarity
Throughout the epidermis, the cells lie in complete disorder, resulting in a “wind-blown” appearanc
|Windblown Appearance – Bowen′s disease – epithelium|
|2||Elongation and thickening of the rete ridges|
|3||Crowding of keratinocyte.|
|5||Loss of polarity|