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Keratoacanthoma : Clinical Presentation

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Solitary Keratoacanthoma is more common in light-skinned races and is due to excessive exposure to UVB rays. It occurs predominantly on sun-damaged areas of face, forearms, wrists, and back of hands. Rare locations include lips, oral mucosa, tongue, vulva, perianal skin, and penis.

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