Bilateral superficial angiomyxomas of lower limbs: Unique pr
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A 93-year-old female presented with painless grouped cutaneous nodules and tumors, ranging from 0.5–3 cm in diameter, which had slowly developed over the last five years. Examination revealed multiple firms, non-tender lobulated nodular lesions, varying from flesh-colored to erythematous, symmetrically distributed over the dorsal face of all toes and the dorsal face of both feet. A 6-mm skin punch biopsy was performed and showed poorly circumscribed myxoid dermal nodules containing a few of bland spindle-cells, mucin deposits, and small blood vessels, without inflammatory cell infiltrate. These findings were consistent with the diagnosis of superficial angiomyxoma. Tumor resection was not proposed because of lesions extension and no other treatment was performed.

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