Multiple Nuchal-Type Fibromas on the Scalp: A Case Report release_qnutdi3b2va3ni2qhnhqjzfpfa

by Do Hun Kim, Tae Han Kim, Nam Hee Sung, HyoSeung Shin, Ai Young Lee, Seung Ho Lee

Published in Annals of Dermatology by Korean Dermatological Association and The Korean Society for Investigative Dermatology (KAMJE).

2015   Volume 27, Issue 2, p194


Nuchal-type fibroma is a rare, benign, fibrous, tumor-like proliferation characterized by dense hypocellular bundles of collagen, with sparsely scattered fibroblasts, interspersed fat tissue, and entrapped nerve fibers. It usually develops in the posterior neck as a solitary, firm, poorly circumscribed, subcutaneous mass. Herein, we report about a 32-year-old man who presented with a 6-year history of multiple nodules on the scalp. Histopathological features were consistent with those of nuchal-type fibroma. The tumors were surgically excised.
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