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Agminated cellular neurothekeoma

Authors


Sabrina N. Padgett, MD, W.C.P. Laboratories, Inc., Cutaneous Pathology, 2326 Millpark Drive, Maryland Heights, MO 63043-3530, USA
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e-mail: spadgett@slu.edu

Abstract

Cellular neurothekeoma represents a benign, slow-growing neoplasm that typically occurs as a solitary lesion on the face, neck or arm. Reports of multiple lesions are rare. To our knowledge, multiple lesions occurring as eruptive clusters localized to a single anatomical site has not been previously reported. This report details a case of an agminated cellular neurothekeoma occurring on the nose of a 28-year-old man. Recognition of multiple localized eruptive lesions of cellular neurothekeoma is important in order to facilitate correct diagnosis and avoid unnecessary treatment.

Padgett SN, Walsh SN, Kory MC, Argenyi ZB. Agminated cellular neurothekeoma.

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