A 50-year-old Chinese man who had undergone renal transplantation 4 years earlier and who was currently taking oral cyclosporine (210 mg/d), azathioprine (50 mg/d), and prednisolone (10 mg/d) presented with a 1½-year history of a lesion on his left shin. It had started as a small patch and had gradually increased in size. It was neither itchy nor painful. He also noticed 3 asymptomatic nodules that had appeared over the initial patch and had gradually increased in size over the past 8 months.
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