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A 59-year-old man with metastatic colon cancer presented to the dermatology clinic with a 10-week history of painless and nonpruritic skin lesions coalescing around a large abdominal scar from a hemicolectomy performed 3 years earlier. On examination, the lesions were firm, pink to violaceous in color, and vesicular-appearing. What is the diagnosis? A) Herpes zoster B) Kaposi’s sarcoma C) Cutaneous metastases D) Basal cell carcinoma E) Cutaneous sarcoidosis

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SUGGESTIVE OF C CUTANEOUS METASTASES

CORRECT ANSWER IS.. C ) .. Cutaneous metastases

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C cutaneous metastasis

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C - cutaneous metastasis It is rare in colonic malignancy- but can occur in 4- 6% cases of metastatic colon cancer

Suggestive of cutaneous metastasis No C

(E), likely scar sarcoidosis

CUTANEOUS METASTASES ( C)

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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C cutaneous metastases

Cutaneous metastasis

Cutaneous metastasis

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