A 54-year-old man presented with a 5-year history of a nodule on the right side of his nose. The nodule was completely asymptomatic and had never shown signs of bleeding, crusting, or ulceration. The nodule had grown very slowly, with no change in color or texture over time. The patient had no similar lesions.
His medical history was unremarkable except for mild hypertension. His family history was significant only for hypertension and diabetes mellitus, with no history of colon cancer.
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