repens worms cause subcutaneous dirofilariasis, characterized by the development of benign subcutaneous nodules that mimic skin carcinomas (1), and ocular dirofilariasis in orbital, eyelid, conjunctival, retroocular, and intraocular locations (2).
What does SCN stand for?
SCN stands for Subcutaneous Nodule
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The pilomatricoma lesion appears as a sharply demarcated, calcified, subcutaneous nodule on computed tomography and as high-intensity signal bands in T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging.
A physical examination revealed a left scrotal mass and several palpable subcutaneous nodules ranging from 1 cm to 4 cm in diameter on the chest and abdomen, suggesting subcutaneous metastatic lesions.
On physical examination, multifocal subcutaneous nodules ranging in diameter from 3 mm to 2 cm, some of which were coalescing, were observed (Fig 1).
She was initiated on cinacalcet (Sensipar[R]) for treatment of calciphylaxis presenting as painful subcutaneous nodules on her shins.