Recurrent scarring papulovesicular lesions on sun-exposed skin in a 22-year-old man.

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Melissa A Levoska
Melissa A Levoska
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Detroit | United States
Jeffrey I Cohen
Jeffrey I Cohen
National Institutes of Health
United States
Irini Manoli
Irini Manoli
National Institutes of Health
United States
Dr. Chyi-Chia Richard Lee, MD, PhD
Dr. Chyi-Chia Richard Lee, MD, PhD
National Cancer Institute
Staff Clinician
Dermatopathology
Rockville, MD | United States
Jessica Shand
Jessica Shand
National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health
United States
Deborah Tamura
Deborah Tamura
National Cancer Institute
United States
Kenneth H Kraemer
Kenneth H Kraemer
National Cancer Institute
United States

J Am Acad Dermatol 2018 Mar 28;78(3):637-642. Epub 2017 Sep 28.

Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. Electronic address:

KEY TEACHING POINTS.

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