Case Challenge: A Pigmented Nodular Growth on the Ear

Chris D. Tzarnas, MD; Carl H. Manstein, MD, MBA


December 19, 2014

Clinically, this appears to be a seborrheic keratosis because it seems to be "sitting" on top of the skin. Its irregular waxy appearance is compatible with a seborrheic keratosis.


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