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Case Report

Ulcerative Cutaneous Lesions Synchronously Present with the Diagnosis of Primary Lung Cancer

Figure 1

Skin finding revealed multiple large, firm, ulcerative skin lesions with hyperemic centers and elevated rolled edge over the left side of the chin (a) and the scalp (b). A nodular lesion also was seen on the right side of the neck (c). Computed tomography of the chest shows a 5 cm large centrally located left upper lobe mass (arrow) resulting in constrict of the left upper lobe bronchus and left upper lobe atelectasis (arrow head), associated with left hilar adenopathy.

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