Cutaneous horn in an 82 year old woman
- Author(s): Spira, Joanna;
- Rabinovitz, Harold
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/D39nt2n9jq
Cutaneous horn present for two months
Department of Dermatology, University of Miami
Joanna Spira, Harold Rabinovitz
Dermatology Online Journal 6(1): 11
|Figure 1. Tumor on volar aspect of left forearm.|
An 82-year-old white woman presented with a raised, 3x4 cm, painless growth on her left forearm. The lesion had been present for approximately 2 months and was not associated with any symptoms. The patient had a history of a previous skin cancer on her lower extremity. Physical examination demonstrated a cone-shaped keratotic cutaneous horn as shown in Figure 1 & 2. Histopathologic findings are shown in Figure 3.
|Figure 2||Figure 3|
|Figure 2. Close-up view of the tumor surmouted by cutaneous horn.|
|Figure 3. Histology of the lesion.|
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