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Acquired digital fibrokeratoma: a rare case study.
Foot (Edinburgh, Scotland); McCann MJ, Bonvillian J et. al.

Jul 18th, 2020 - Acquired digital fibrokeratomas are a benign soft tissue tumor with typical appearance and anatomical locations. This lesion generally occurs in middle aged males with common sites of occurrence in the digits of upper or lower extremities. Previou...

Acquired digital fibrokeratoma presenting as a painless nodule on the right fifth finge...
Cutis Mancuso CJ, Magro CM et. al.

Jul 28th, 2019 - A 53-year-old woman presented with an asymptomatic nodule on the distal subungual right fifth fingernail that had slowly enlarged over the last year. An excisional biopsy showed an acanthotic epidermis surmounted by hyperkeratotic scale as well as...

Acquired digital fibrokeratoma: review of its clinical and dermoscopic features and dif...
International Journal of Dermatology; Shih S, Khachemoune A

May 20th, 2018 - Acquired digital fibrokeratoma (ADFK) is a rare, benign, fibrous tumor that most often occurs on fingers. It may resemble a rudimentary supernumerary digit and is often misdiagnosed as another common benign condition, such as common wart. It is ty...

Acquired digital fibrokeratoma: a case report.
Annals of Plastic Surgery; Yu D, Morgan RF

Sep 21st, 2013 - Acquired digital fibrokeratomas are benign, rare tumors that develop most commonly on the fingers. They can have an appearance of a rudimentary supernumerary digit or be misdiagnosed as a more common condition, such as verruca vulgaris. There are ...

Hormonal contraceptive use and HIV disease progression among women in Uganda and Zimbabwe.
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (1999); Morrison CS, Chen PL et. al.

Mar 2nd, 2011 - Acquired digital fibrokeratoma is an uncommon, benign fibrous tumor which usually occurs in adults as a solitary lesion. The most frequent locations are fingers and toes and the size of the tumor is generally small, around 3~5 mm. An 18-year-old f...

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