March 2007





History: A 68 year old white female presented with a 6-month history of a growing asymptomatic red-purple nodules on her left upper arm. She has a history of breast cancer status post lumpectomy/lymph node dissection with radiation therapy in 1991 complicated by chronic lymphedema in the left arm.

Physical Examination: A red-purple 2X3 cm nodule on left dorsal upper arm and a 5X7 cm nodule on the left ventral upper arm (Figure 1) were observed.


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