A huge acrochordon in labia majora-An unusual presentation

Acrochordons are flesh-colored pedunculated lesions which occur in areas of skin folds1.These lesions are benign but may be associated with other disease states. Acrochordons were reported to have a probable association with diabetes mellitus2. Neck and axilla are the most common sites but any skin fold, including the groin may be affected3. Most acrochordons vary in size from 2 to 5 mm in diameter, although larger acrochordons up to 5 cm are sometimes evident3.


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