• trunk
  • The upper section of the body, face, neck, shoulders, back and trunk carry an excess amount of fat. (wikipedia.org)
  • 680) Carbuncle and furuncle (680.0) Boil, face (680.1) Boil, neck (680.2) Boil, trunk (680.5) Boil, buttock (681) Cellulitis and abscess of finger and toe (681.0) Cellulitis and abscess of finger (681.01) Felon (681.02) Paronychia, finger (681.1) Cellulitis and abscess of toe (681.11) Paronychia, toe (681.9) Cellulitis/abscess, unspec. (wikipedia.org)
  • digit (682) Other cellulitis and abscess (682.0) Cellulitis/abscess, face (682.1) Cellulitis/abscess, neck (682.2) Cellulitis/abscess, trunk (682.3) Cellulitis/abscess, upper arm (682.4) Cellulitis/abscess, hand (682.5) Cellulitis/abscess, buttock (682.6) Cellulitis/abscess, leg (682.7) Cellulitis/abscess, foot (682.9) Cellulitis/abscess, unspec. (wikipedia.org)
  • likely
  • The pathogenesis of acanthosis nigricans is poorly understood, and likely to relate to an interplay of factors, including insulin-mediated activation of ILGF receptors on keratinocytes, and increased growth factor levels. (wikipedia.org)