VERRUCOUS

Note: Most diseases that may present with multiple verrucous lesions may also present as a solitary verrucous lesion. Histologically, pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia is common.

Infections

Blastomycosis

Blastomycotic-Like Pyoderma
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Chromomycosis
Cryptococcosis
Tuberculosis Verrucosa Cutis
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Verruca Vulgaris
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Generalized Verrucosis
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Leishmaniasis Leishmaniasis is a cutaneous parasitic infection which may take many forms. Some patients may develop multiple hyperkeratotic, crusted and verrucous lesions.
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Sporotrichosis, Fixed Cutaneous Fixed cutaneous sporotrichosis may present as a slowly growing crusted verrucous nodule. Dermatology Online Journal 15 (8) 5

Candida granuloma [Jama Derm 2013 Dec 149;1431]

Tumors

Squamous Cell Carcinoma
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Keratoacanthoma
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Granular Cell Tumor

Miscellaneous

Iododerma/Bromoderma
Verruciform Xanthoma
Warty Dyskeratoma
Reactive Perforating Collagenosis
Pyoderma Vegetans
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Infant

Ilven A linear inflamed verrucous lesion in a child is the classic presentation for ILVEN.
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Incontinentia Pigmenti Female infants are affected first by erythematous, vesicular linear lesions, and then by hyperkeratotic linear plaques, which finally resolve leaving linear and reticulated hyperpigmentation.
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Epidermal Nevus/Epidermal Nevus Syndrome
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Epidermolytic Hyperkeratosis
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