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Case Number : Case 2236 - 8 January 2019 Posted By: Uma Sundram

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15 year old male with lesion on 3rd finger of right hand.

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Granuloma annularre vs mucinous eccrine nevus.

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Anil Patki

Posted

Acquired digital fibrokeratoma. Clinico pathological correlation is important here. Even a Koenen's tumour may look like this. 

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vincenzo

Posted

Not typical, bufavor Superficial Acral FibroMyxoma.

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Meenakshi Batrani

Posted

Superficial acral fibromyxoma, likely

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Alex-Ventura-Leon

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Superficial Acral Fibromyxoma vs Acquired Digital Fibrokeratoma.

I favor the first.

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Uma Sundram

Posted

Great suggestions. I would also add digital dermatofibroma and supernumerary digit. S100 and CD34 are both negative. I favored acquired digital fibrokeratoma but superficial acral fibromyxoma is also a possibility; CD34 negative cases have been reported. The patient does not have a history of TS. 

These are difficult cases and there can be overlap among all these entities.

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vincenzo

Posted

Please Dr Uma, what's the 2232-case's diagnosis?

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Dr. Richard Carr

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I was leaning towards a tiny dermatofibroma (which I don't think I've ever seen on a finger) but have to agree it's not easy to classify!

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