A large tumor with an ulcerated central crater and raised rolled border on the temporal forehead.
A dry, scaling, hyperpigmented, lichenified plaque on the volar aspect of the wrist.
Inflammatory nodules and ulcerations of the pre-sternal chest resulting in life-long scarring.
Intensely pruritic erythematous, weeping and oozing lesions of the cheeks and chin.
Multiple, painful erythematous nodules on a background of erythema and telangiectasias of the cheek and nose.
Peripherally expanding, erythematous-based, honey yellow "stuck-on" crusts of the chin and cheek.
A peripheral ring of warts secondary to incomplete previous cryotherapy surrounding the initial lesion.
Multiple grouped erythematous-based vesicles with central umbilication of the upper and lower lips.
An asymmetrical, irregular bordered, variegated in color (blue-black, brown, pink, white) 1.5 cm in diameter expanding lesion of the posterior leg.
Thickened, dystrophic toenails with subungual debris surrounded by dry, scaling skin.
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