September 2009

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History:  Patient is a 52-year-old African American male with a history of a growth on his right scrotum, that was removed 2 years prior to the present visit.  Since that time, the growth has returned and gradually enlarged in size.  No pain, itching, or bleeding.

Past Medical/Surgical History:  Hypertension, oro-labial herpes simplex, appendectomy, carpal tunnel release

Medications:  Diovan HCT, Toprol XL

Family history:  Diabetes mellitus, hypertension

Physical Exam:  On the right scrotum, there is a 1.5 cm pink verrucous pedunculated mass.

 

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