An 11-year-old boy presented with a 3-month history of a slow-growing asymptomatic nodule on his back. His adoptive mother reported that the lesion, which was initially thought to be an insect bite, did not respond to treatment with topical steroids or antibiotics. The patient had been adopted from the Ukraine Republic when he was 5 years old.

DE ALOE, G., Poggiali, S., Rubegni, P., Miracco, C., Fimiani, M. (2007). A nodule on a boy's back. ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY, 143((3)), 417-422.

A nodule on a boy's back.

RUBEGNI, PIETRO;MIRACCO, CLELIA;FIMIANI, MICHELE
2007-01-01

Abstract

An 11-year-old boy presented with a 3-month history of a slow-growing asymptomatic nodule on his back. His adoptive mother reported that the lesion, which was initially thought to be an insect bite, did not respond to treatment with topical steroids or antibiotics. The patient had been adopted from the Ukraine Republic when he was 5 years old.
DE ALOE, G., Poggiali, S., Rubegni, P., Miracco, C., Fimiani, M. (2007). A nodule on a boy's back. ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY, 143((3)), 417-422.
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