Case #2

A 73-year-old man presents to the dermatology clinic for an annual skin check. The patient has a history of several nonmelanoma skin cancers. The patient is concerned about several lesions on his forehead, which he points out have been there for years. The lesions have not changed over time, and are not painful, itchy, or bleeding. The patient is in good physical health and does not take any medications. He is not bothered by the lesions but wants to make sure they are not cancerous. On physical examination, several scattered yellow papules are observed with a central dell on the forehead.

Can you diagnose the condition in Case 2?

A. Sebaceous hyperplasia
B. Basal cell carcinoma
C. Trichoblastoma
D. Trichoepithelioma

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