Pedal Presentation of Kaposi’s Sarcoma in a Non-HIV Hispanic Female: A Case Report and Literature Review – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Kaposi’s sarcoma is divided into 5 subtypes primarily differentiated by clinical presentation and typical at-risk population. We report the unique case of a 74-year-old Latin American woman who presented with a violaceous lesion on the dorsum of her right second digit, which was diagnosed as Kaposi’s sarcoma but was not easily placed into a discrete subtype.

Abstract: Kaposi’s sarcoma is divided into 5 subtypes primarily differentiated by clinical presentation and typical at-risk population. We report the unique case of a 74-year-old Latin American woman who presented with a violaceous lesion on the dorsum of her right second digit, which was diagnosed as Kaposi’s sarcoma but was not easily placed into a discrete subtype.

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Pedal Presentation of Kaposi’s Sarcoma in a Non-HIV Hispanic Female: A Case Report and Literature Review – Corrected Proof