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Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) is an inflammatory vascular tumor, which can be seen at multiple areas in the body, especially at skin and extremities, mostly in immunosuppressed patients like organ receivers and AIDS patients. It can also be seen in human immune deficiency virus (HIV) negative, heterosexual, circumcised and non-immunosuppressed patients; and the disease course may be very variable. Herein, we present three patients who were referred to our clinic in the last five years and had a ratherdoi:10.29271/jcpsp.2018.09.s222 pmid:30173706 fatcat:c7orkcyd6vadretviiyednnrfy