Concerning her cutaneous involvement, a spontaneous regression of the initially described cutaneous nodules
was observed, while two new nodules occurred, which were localized under the left eyebrow and in the left hand palm.
Caption: FIGURE 1: Clinical presentation: close view picture of conjunctival bleeding with eyelid hemorrhage and periorbital edema (a); voluminous infiltrative and erythematous nodule localized on the scalp (b); detailed view of bruise-like brown cutaneous nodules
and plaques (c); multiple bruise-like brown cutaneous nodules
and plaques localized on the back (d).
A 19-year-old, healthy man visited a plastic surgeon because of a cutaneous nodule
on the distal tuft of his left index finger.
Other [CD30.sup.+] cutaneous T-cell lymphoproliferative disorders (CTCLs) include primary cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma (C-ALCL) and lymphomatoid papulosis (LyP), which present as a range of cutaneous nodules
that in the case of LyP self-resolve.
It should always be considered in cases of rapidly growing cutaneous nodules
, especially if they are associated with past or current urologic symptoms and particularly if they are accompanied by persistent bleeding such as that which occurred in our patient.
Physical examinations revealed multiple cutaneous nodules
on the face and hypopigmented skin lesions in the abdominal wall region.
 This case had multiple painless cutaneous nodules
over face, trunk, and extremities, as a presenting feature of the disease.
With different spectrum of clinical expression cutaneous leishmaniasis is common group of disease that ranges from minor cutaneous nodules
to large mucosal tissue damage .
PHT-induced cutaneous lesions may be restricted to maculopapular rash [Figure 1] or cutaneous nodules
or consist of a generalized exfoliative dermatitis or TEN. PHT may cause pseudolymphoma syndrome. CBZ can cause maculopapular rashes, DRESS [Figure 2], urticaria, photosensitivity reactions, exfoliative dermatitis, erythema multiforme, SJS, and TEN [Figures 3 and 4].
A total number of 17 cases of malignant neoplasms were diagnosed in our study, which were presented as cutaneous nodules
. Out of 17 cases, 14 were metastatic in origin.
Due to the fact that cutaneous nodules
, either ulcerated or not, and generalized footpad hyperkeratosis accompanied by depigmentation and erosion were the main constituents of the cutaneous disease in this dog and its many clinical similarities to canine leishmaniosis (Leishmania infantum/chagasi) [12, 20], made its exclusion with the aid of serology and cytology a diagnostic priority.
Clinical signs included cutaneous nodules
on the birds' eyelids, beaks, and legs.
Under suppression maintenance therapy, relapsing fever and cutaneous nodules