Garlic Clove Fibroma

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A fanciful term for a benign, pedunculated tumour arising in the fingernail bed, either as a fibroepithelial polyp or irritation fibroma.
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Adenoma sebaceum was the commonest (95%) cutaneous feature of tuberous sclerosis followed by ash leaf macule and shagreen patch each seen in 90% patients followed by Koenen's tumour seen in 75% patients.
Adenoma sebaceum was the commonest cutaneous feature (95%) followed by ash leaf macule and shagreen patch each seen in 90% patients followed by Koenen's tumour seen in 75% patients.
Coming to the cutaneous manifestations of tuberous sclerosis adenoma sebaceum was the commonest (95%) cutaneous feature followed by ash leaf macule and shagreen patch each seen in 90% patients followed by Koenen's tumour seen in 75% patients.