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Amor Khachemoune, MD, FAAD, FACMS

Kim Nichols, MD, FAAD, Juliana Barresi, FNP-BC, Amor Khachemoune, MD, FAAD, FACMS
A 51-year-old white woman presented with multiple long-standing, asymptomatic, small, bluish subcutaneous papules on the bilateral cheeks and forehead. The patient reported that the bumps were painless and their appearance had become more visible over the past several months. She did not recount any precursor lesions in the involved areas. The patient reported that she had only had mild acne in the past and denied any other pertinent medical history or medications.
Rodaina Ahmed, MD, Lauren Fravor, OMS-IV, Amor Khachemoune, MD, FAAD, FACMS
A 72-year-old white man, previously employed as a truck driver, presented to the outpatient clinic for removal of nonmelanoma skin cancer from the tip of his nose. The patient had a past medical history significant for basal cell carcinoma removed from his right upper chest.
Pavan Paka, MD; Viktoryia Kazlouskaya, MD, PhD; Usha Alapati, MD; and Yi Chun Lai, MD, MPH , Amor Khachemoune, MD, FAAD, FACMS
A 66-year-old African American man with a history of multiple comorbidities was referred for evaluation of an umbilical mass that was present for several months. He noticed the lesion at approximately the same time that he started experiencing abdominal pain. He reported serous drainage when picking at the lesion and experienced tenderness on palpation
Stephanie Chapma, Amor Khachemoune, MD, FAAD, FACMS
Verruca plantaris are caused by infection of the epidermis with human papillomavirus (HPV).
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