Primary cutaneous sarcoma - postoperative state - stock photo
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Primary cutaneous sarcoma - postoperative state

A male patient, aged 32, underwent a dermoscopy, which discovered a malignancy in the left inguinal region, the size of a hazelnut. He subsequently underwent surgical excision and extirpation. In this photo, we can see a large postoperative irregular surgical incision and sutures that are far apart because the edges of the wound are gaping (not straight and close together). The edges of the wound are edematous, hyperemic and livid, with occasional dark brown short segments indicating necrosis of the cutis tissue. The bottom of the surgical wound can be seen with yellowish & white patches - pus, which is the result of a bacterial infection. A microbiological swab of the wound showed Klebsiella bacterial infection. Pathohistological findings confirmed primary sarcoma of the skin of the left inguinal region. Fitzpatrick skin type (FST) phototype 2.

Snezana Stojanovic

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