Clinical manifestations of KS: Different manifestations of Kaposi sarcoma (KS) include (part a) macular lesions on the back and nodules on the arm; (part b) extensive KS plaques on the legs with tumour-associated oedema; (part c) exophytic KS lesions on the foot; (part d) extensive gingival KS nodules; and (part e) flat, violaceous lesions on the hard palate. The image in part c is of a patient with classic KS; all other images are of patients with AIDS-related KS. | Cesarman, E., Damania, B., Krown, S. E., Martin, J., Bower, M., & Whitby, D. (2019). Kaposi sarcoma. Nature Reviews. Disease Primers, 5(1), 9.

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