Cutaneous manifestations may be the first indication of hepatitis C virus (HCV) and should prompt HCV testing. In most cases, skin manifestations disappear after appropriate HCV treatment or viral clearance.
Examination of a man presenting with contact dermatitis also reveals violaceous papules on his penis.
A woman with fair skin presents with an asymptomatic growth on her chest first noted 3 months ago.
A woman requests removal of an asymptomatic papule on her eyelid that has slowly been increasing in size.
A man presents with a growth under his right eye that gradually has increased in size during the past year.