Trichoblastoma

Last Updated: 2019-08-26

Author(s): Anzengruber, Navarini

Headington 1976

Gutartiger Haarfollikeltumor, der sich aus einem Nävus sebaceus entwickeln kann.

Increasing from the age of 50.

Skin-coloured, sharply defined lump, usually occurring at the capillitium. 

Clinical picture.

Biopsy.

Excision.

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