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What does kaposi's sarcoma look like in early stage?
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Infectious Disease 37 years experience
Purple bumps: In whites, it usually looks like slightly raised purple bumps or nodules on the skin. In dark-skinned people, the lesions may look more red than purple. They can also occur on mucous membranes (e.g. In the mouth).
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