Cutaneous Horn Arising From a Burn Scar: A Case Report and Review of Literature

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Abstract

We report a 36-year-old male presenting with a cutaneous horn from the anterior aspect of left knee burn scar. Cutaneous horn is a cone-shaped, hyperkeratotic lesion. It is seen in sun-exposed areas. Its occurrence on the lower extremity is rare. The unique feature of this report is that this cutaneous horn arose from a burn scar in a non-sun–exposed area, a site rarely noted for the development of cutaneous horns

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