acrochordon

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acrochordon

n (derm) acrocordón m
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Melanoma, growth factors, acanthosis nigricans, the sign of Leser-Trelat, and multiple acrochordons.
5%) followed by dermatoses more commonly associated with diabetes (20%) such as acrochordons and acanthosis nigricans (AN).
The common skin disorders prevalent in elderly are xerosis, pruritus, dermatoheliosis (photoageing), benign tumours like acrochordons, seborrheic keratosis, cherry angioma, infections like herpes zoster, dermatophytosis, cellulitis, etc.
Further items to consider are then warts, acrochordons, seborrhoeic keratoses, actinic keratoses and cysts, most of which are benign.
Hyperinsulinemia associated with acanthosis nigricans, finger pebbles, acrochordons, and the sign of Leser-Trelat.
240) Mucocutaneous manifestations are multiple facial trichilemmomas, especially surrounding the nose, mouth, and ears, as well as sclerotic fibromas, acrochordons, punctate keratoses of the palms and soles, acrokeratosis verruciformis, and oral papillomas ("scrotal tongue").
They are often referred to as skin tags or acrochordons and are found in multiple cutaneous locations measuring usually less than 10 mm.
Known in medical jargon as acrochordons, skin tags are very common and occur most often after midlife.
Acrochordons, also known as skin tags, are fleshy pedunculated papules that are common in skin folds.
Association between acrochordons and the components of metabolic syndrome.
Occasional, acquired cutaneous polyps, with the typical gross features of acrochordons, may demonstrate a marked degree of cytologic atypia.
Skin tags or acrochordons are small, soft, pedunculated, often pigmented lesions, usually occurring in the eyelids, neck and axillae.