Department of Dermatology Command Hospital Air Force Bangalore-560007
AK. Jaiswal Department of Dermatology Command Hospital Air Force Bangalore-560007
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ABSTRACT: A 20-year-old male had five slowly increasing asymptomatic, skin coloured to yellowish white, nontender mobile, hard nodules scattered in the scrotal skin, for the last two years. There was no preceding history of trauma, inflammation or any scrotal disease. He was clinically diagnosed to be sebaceous cysts of the scrotum (SCS) but histopathologically turned out to be idiopathic calcinosis cutis of the scortum (ICCS) Serum calcium and phosphorus levels were normal.