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Acrochordon - Anogenital in
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Acrochordon - Anogenital in

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Contributors: Lowell A. Goldsmith MD, MPH, Benjamin K. Fisher MD
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Synopsis

Acrochordon, also known as skin tag or fibroepithelioma, is a common, possibly inherited, condition that manifests as a single or multiple small, flesh-colored pedunculated growth(s) most commonly found in the inguinal and axillary areas, or on the eyelids and neck.

Codes

ICD10CM:
L91.8 – Other hypertrophic disorders of the skin

SNOMEDCT:
201091002 – Skin tag

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Last Updated:06/04/2013
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Acrochordon - Anogenital in
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Acrochordon : Axilla, Inframammary fold of chest, Neck, Skin tag, Inguinal region
Clinical image of Acrochordon
A close-up of a dark brown pedunculated papule.
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