Rare Solitary Naevus Lipomatosis Cutaneous Superficialis: Histopathology A Diagnostic Clue
We present a case of 45 year old female, presenting with a solitary, asymptomatic, pedunculated mass since childhood. The lesion was totally excised and was sent for histopathological evaluation and was found to be Naevus lipomatosis cutaneous superficialis which is a rare form of hamartoma in which mature adipocytes are found in the dermis.
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