Congenital neurocristic tumor of the head and neck

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Abstract

Neurocristic tumors are rare growths with a predilection for the scalp region. These lesions have a highly variable appearance and an unpredictable course. Long-term surveillance is recommended due to their potential for recurrence and possible malignant transformation into melanoma. The following is a report on congenital neurocristic tumor of the scalp and neck region. Laryngoscope, 2013

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