- warty dyskeratoma
- a benign, usually solitary, pink to brown elevated papule with a depressed and crusted center containing a keratotic plug, occurring in association with the pilosebaceous unit; these are usually seen on the scalp, face, neck, or axilla of older men. Histologically, it resembles a lesion of Darier disease.
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