This takes the form of thickening of the skin with skin tags, and is characteristically pigmented. The axilla is the most common site but the groin, the face or any part of the body can be affected. The condition may be associated with obesity in the young but in older persons should prompt a search for an occult carcinoma elsewhere.
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