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Benign Skin Lesions


A 50-year-old obese woman presents to clinic with skin-colored lesions on her neck. Based on the image, which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?


A 60-year-old female presents with a pruritic lesion on her back that is getting darker (see photo). The most likely diagnosis is a:


A 32-year-old male presents with an asymptomatic papule on his thigh that he noted following an inflamed hair follicle (see photo). It dimples on either side when squeezed. What is the most likely diagnosis?


A 42-year-old African American woman presents with brown papules located around her eyes and on the malar cheeks. Several of her aunts were similarly affected at the same age. She would like them removed. Which of the following treatments is most likely to cause hypopigmentation?


A 60-year-old woman presents with scattered light-brown macules on her dorsal hands and face, which have increased in number in recent years. They do not bleed and are otherwise unchanged. She works as a dog walker just outside of Los Angeles. Based on the image and history, what is the most likely diagnosis?


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