Kristin Hudacek

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Trichilemmoma (Tricholemmoma)

Are You Confident of the Diagnosis? Characteristic findings on physical examination Trichilemmoma usually presents as a solitary skin-colored papule on the face of older adults, especially the nose and cheeks. It is slow growing and asymptomatic. Occasionally, the surface may be hyperkeratotic or verrucous. Rarely, it can present at the base of a cutaneous horn…

Trichilemmal carcinoma (Tricholemmal Carcinoma, Trichilemmomal Carcinoma)

Are You Confident of the Diagnosis? Characteristic findings on physical examination Trichilemmal carcinoma usually presents as a solitary exophytic or polypoid nodule (0.3 to 6cm) on the sun-exposed hair-bearing skin of older individuals. It may be keratotic or ulcerated, but is otherwise asymptomatic. The lesion is usually present for less than 1 year, with an…

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