Causes of Isolated lesion

Acquired tufted angioma [top]

Actinic keratosis [top]

Amelanocytic melanoma [top]

Angiosarcoma [top]

Atypical fibroxanthoma [top]

Atypical mycobacterial infection [top]

B cell lymphoma [top]

Basal cell carcinoma [top]

Calcinosis cutis [top]

Chondroid syringoma [top]

Clear cell acanthoma [top]

Cutaneous metastasis [top]

Cylindroma [top]

Deep fungal infection [top]

Dermatofibroma [top]

Dermatofibrosarcoma protruberans [top]

Dermoid cyst [top]

Eccrine poroma [top]

Eccrine spiradenoma [top]

Epidermoid cyst [top]

Fibrous histiocytoma [top]

Haemangioma [top]

Hydrocystoma [top]

Intradermal naevus [top]

Juvenile xanthogranuloma [top]

Keloid [top]

Keratoacanthoma [top]

Mastocytoma [top]

Neurofibroma [top]

Neuroma [top]

Pilomatricoma [top]

Porokeratosis of Mibelli [top]

Proliferating pilar tumour [top]

Pyogenic granuloma [top]

Rheumatoid nodule [top]

Schwannoma [top]

Seborrhoiec keratosis [top]

Spitz naevus [top]

Squamous cell carcinoma [top]

Subcutaneous granuloma annulare [top]

Trichilemmoma [top]

Trichoepithelioma [top]

Viral wart [top]

Warty dyskeratoma [top]

Xanthoma [top]