A 70-year-old, otherwise healthy man presented a pedunculated, partly
ulcerated tumor (Figs. 1 and
2) on the anterior aspect of his chest. The tumor measured
approximately 2 x 3 cm and was solid on palpation. The patient reported,
that the tumor had developed over several months. Several episodes of
spontaneous bleeding had occurred. At the site of the tumor no previous
trauma or scar was noted. Surgical exision was performed...