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Description:This brown cutaneous nodule represents a Kaposi's sarcoma lesion commonly found in patients with AIDS.
Before the onset of the AIDS pandemic, Kaposi’s sarcoma was an uncommon malignancy found mainly amongst Mediterranean men, African children and Ashkenazi Jews, but became the most common neoplasm found in those with AIDS.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Dr. Steve Kraus
Creation Date:1981
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Links:CDC – Nat. Cntr. For HIV, STD and TB Prevention; Div. of HIV/AIDS Prevention
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