M. Carroll , G. Beardmore, K. Lun , H.P. Soyer ,
Extramammary Paget ’ s Disease is a neoplastic condition found in apocrine-rich sites, usually arising as a primary cutaneous adenocarcinoma. It is uncommon with only a few hundred cases reported in world literature. A standard treatment is therefore difﬁ cult due to the limited number of presentations and the recalcitrant nature of the disease. In a six-month period, four patients with Extramammary Paget ’ s Disease attended the Queensland Institute of Dermatology. This represents a curiously high incidence of cases. This case series brieﬂ y outlines each presentation and its management.