Clinical-Medical Image - International Journal of Clinical & Medical Images (2019) Volume 6, Issue 3
Author(s): Samir Jha*
A 93-year-old, frail lady presented to our hospital with multiple seborrheic keratoses over her entire back and chest. She reported a sudden and rapid appearance of the skin lesions before histopathological confirmation of gall bladder adenocarcinoma. At this visit, she reported the progression of seborrheic keratoses with wide-spreading of lesion over back (Figure 1) and seborrheic keratoses lesions on her chest (Figure 2), correlating with metastatic involvement of hepatic capsule.