Abstract
INTERESTING LESIONS OF SKIN IN PAEDIATRIC AGE GROUP

Dr. Shyamala Srujana*, Dr. Syed Sajjad Saifullah Quadri, Dr. Teki Satyasri and Dr. O. Shravan Kumar

ABSTRACT

Benign skin tumors of childhood tend to regress spontaneously within few years. But some rare tumors in children, such as Pilomatricoma, Syringocystadenam papilleferum and xanthofibroma, which need to be excised completely should be kept in mind, for early diagnosis and better prognosis. Only 1-2% of skin tumors excised in children tend to be malignant. The ability to promptly diagnose and treat common benign tumors and to distinguish them from malignant lesions is very important in childhood. We hereby present three interesting lesions encountered in children.

Keywords: Skin tumors, Pilomatricoma, Syringocystadenam papilleferum and xanthofibroma


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