AIDS-associated Kaposi sarcoma - Anogenital in
There are non-AIDS forms of the disease (classic KS as well the African endemic form and the immunosuppressed form, iatrogenically induced). The classic non-AIDS-associated form usually is seen in elderly Jewish men of Mediterranean origin.
Lesions on the penis are common, and in rare cases the lesions may invade and penetrate the periurethral tissue, affecting urinary flow. The lesions are asymptomatic; however, large lesions may become eroded, painful, and form chronic ulcers.
C46.0 – Kaposi's sarcoma of skin
420524008 – Kaposi's sarcoma associated with AIDS
- Lichen planus
- Blue nevus
- Cat-scratch fever has a similar vascular proliferation clinically (bacillary angiomatosis).
- Single lesions with rapid onset are consistent with a lobular capillary hemangioma (pyogenic granuloma).
- Cherry hemangioma
- Angiokeratoma / angiokeratoma of scrotum
- Lichen simplex chronicus
- Metastatic carcinoma or melanoma
- Pigmented basal cell carcinoma
- Arteriovenous malformation
- Leukemia cutis