acrochordon


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acrochordon

n (derm) acrocordón m
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Clinically, the skin is observed in different forms ranging from papules to ulcerated plaques and may be confused with nevus, acrochordon, and hemangioma (1, 2).
Differential Diagnoses of Seborrheic Keratosis (1,3) Permanent or Malignant Lesions Benign Lesions * Actinic keratosis * Acrochordon (skin tags) * Bowen disease (SCC in situ) * Acrokeratosis verruciformis * Invasive SCC / SCC in situ * Benign lichenoid keratosis * Lentigo maligna * Condyloma acuminatum * Malignant melanoma * Eocrine poroma/hidroacanthoma simplex * Pigmented basal cells * Melanooytic nevus * Verruca vulgaris (warts) * Solar lentigo (liver spots) * Tumor of the infundibulum SCC=squamous cell carcinoma.
A Skin tags, known medically as acrochordon, are small benign growths that occur more commonly in older adults and people who are overweight/obese or have diabetes.
4 Scar, acrochordon, calcinosis and subcutaneous cutis, calcinosis scroti, palisaded encapsulated neuroma, fibrous papule/angiofibroma, neurofibroma, lipoma Inflammatory 80 73.
An acrochordon may appear on skin anywhere although the favourite locales are the eyelids, neck, armpits (axillae), upper chest, and groin.
5%), dermatosis papulosa nigra (24%) (figure 3), acrochordon (24.
When misdiagnosed, carcinomas were incorrectly identified as viral wart and graft-versus-host disease for SCC, and psoriasis, acrochordon, wart, nevus, and atypical nevus for BCC.
Clinically, the differential diagnosis should include acrochordon, condyloma acuminatum and squamous or urothelial carcinoma; a differential diagnosis is posssible with histopathological analysis.
The five most frequently seen dermatoses in all groups were: varicose vein, tinea pedis, striae distensae, acrochordon and onychomycosis, respectively.
3) Sometimes, pruritus or discomfort occur when an acrochordon is snagged by jewellery or clothing.