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- Diffuse neurofibroma; Hair
- Diffuse neurofibroma is an uncommon subtype of neurofibroma that occurs principally in children and young adults. It is most common in the head and neck region and appears clinically as a plaque-like elevation of the skin. A
3-year-old girl presented to our hospital with a complaint of skin-colored elevated plaques with hair on her lower back since birth. An ultrasonogram showed several 5∼10 mm sized subcutaneous hypoechoic nodules with increased
vascularity. The histopathologic examination revealed ill-defined, uncapsulated infiltrative, spindle shaped cells within the dermis and subcutaneous tissue. Immunohistochemical examination with antibodies to S-100 protein showed
positive. We report a rare case of diffuse neurofibroma with hair.
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