Unilateral Hyperkeratotic Dark Plaques Covering the Entire Right Lower Extremity: A Rare Entity
Keywords:diagnosis, differential, pathology, vascular malformations
Verrucous venocapillary malformation, formerly known as verrucous hemangioma, presents itself as single or multiple, well-demarcated, erythematous plaques that eventually acquire hyperkeratinization, oozing, bleeding and become thicker and darker over time. We report a case of verrucous venocapillary malformation in 33-year old woman referred to the dermatology outpatient clinic with the complaint of hyperkeratotic plaques covering the entire right leg and thigh, present since birth.
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Bostan, E., Yalici-Armagan, B., Yel, B., & Gokoz, O. (2022). Unilateral Hyperkeratotic Dark Plaques Covering the Entire Right Lower Extremity: A Rare Entity. Acta Medica. https://doi.org/10.32552/2022.ActaMedica.787
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