volume 87, issue 3, P489-490 2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0365-05962012000300026
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Sheila Viana Castelo Branco Gonçalves, Neusa Yuriko Sakai Valente, José Vitor de Oliveira Junior, Daniele Loureiro Mangueira Paiva

Abstract: CASE REPORTA 39-year old Caucasian male presented with a 15-year history of asymptomatic lesions on his penis. Physical examination revealed linear lesions with fine keratotic walls and an atrophic, violaceous center on the dorsum of the penis (Figure 1). No other lesions were identified on any area of his body. There was no family history of any similar skin disorders and the patient was not on any drugs. Histopathological examination showed findings consistent with porokerato- 489 WHAT IS YOUR DIAGNOSIS?FIG…

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