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Warty Dyskeratoma --- Report of a Case and Review of the Literature
Dah-Chuan Yeh, Wei-Min Li
Dermatol Sinica 5: 99-103, 1987

Warty dyskeratoma is a rare, and usualy solitary benign skin tumor. They are most commonly found on the head and neck. Warty dyskeratoma has the highest incidence in the fifth through seventh decades. The cause is unknown, and the lesion is usually asymptomatic. Men are more commomly affected than women. In this report, we present a 35-year-old male with a warty dyskeratoma over the right side of his face for half a year. No recurrence was noted six months after surgical removal.

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