A 60-year-old man presents for a skin check. The patient points to a number of red spots on his body that have developed over the last several years. The spots are not painful or bothersome and have never bled. These lesions are located primarily on his trunk. Some of the lesions have been growing slowly over time. The patient has a history of nonmelanoma skin cancers, hypertension, and depression. On physical examination, the patient has scattered bright red papules on his chest, abdomen, upper arms, and back.
Can you diagnose the condition in Case 1?
A. Acquired tufted hemangioma
B. Cherry angiomas
C. Lobular capillary hemangioma
D. Pyogenic granuloma
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