We report two cases of warty dyskeratoma which is uncommon skin lesion. A 50-year-old male presented with an asymptomatic dermal nodule on periauricular area. Histopathologic findings showed the dermal cystic structures lined by epithelial wall of papillomatosis and suprabasal cleft formation with numerous villi and acantholytic cells. The second case was a 48-year-old male with an asymptomatic papule on cheek. Histopathologic finding showed the cup-shaped keratin-filled invagination lined by papillomatotic wall and filled with numerous acantholytic, dyskeratotic cells. Both findings were the characteristic features of warty dyskeratoma.
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