46 years old non hypertensive non diabetic male presented with slowly growing asymptomatic swelling for last 2 years over right thigh. Discussion on differentials.

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? PYOGENIC GRANULOMA.. ? PAPILLOMA .. ? HEMANGIOMA.. NEED'S.. HPE STUDY..

D/D 1 . Fibroma. 2 . cutaneous tag or fibroma fruste 3.leiomyoma 4 . Haemangioma

pyogenic granuloma Besides surgery one can try External application of Homeopathic Acidum aceticum Q thrice daily till excoriation starts.Then peel of the eschar and again apply

DD IMPLANTATION CYST GRANULO.ATOUS SWELLING PYOGENIC GRANULOMA EXCISIONNAL BIOPSY

PapillomA biopsy HP maybe malignant

h/o any topical application. Could be acrochordon( skin tag) with irritant dts

please share some clinical findings so that we can discuss the differentials

Infected Granuloma?Excisionsal Bx advised.

Hemangioma or melanoma if there is no pulsatility or compressibility we can get an incisional biopsy

Looks like hemangioma, but further history needed like consistency, fluctuation, reducible/ suppressible or not, pulsatility??

yes, i agree. more details are required
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