A 47-year-old black woman presented with progressive asymptomatic skin lesions of more than 5 years’ duration. Physical examination revealed lax skin masses on her neck (Figure 1) and trunk, the upper part of both arms (Figure 2), and the inner area of both thighs. There was a large indurated plaque on her abdomen and ulcerated tumoral lesions on her arms and legs. The lymph nodes were not enlarged.
Herreros FOC, Cintra ML, Macedo de Souza E, Velho PENF. Lax Skin Masses in a 47-Year-Old Woman—Quiz Case. Arch Dermatol. 2005;141(12):1595–1600. doi:10.1001/archderm.141.12.1595-a
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