benign skin tumour

benign skin tumour

A generic term for any nonmalignant neoplasm of the skin—e.g., skin tag (fibroepithelial polyp), seborrheic keratosis, nevus.
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Pilomatrixoma is a rare benign skin tumour. Despite being well known by dermatologists and pathologists, it causes diagnostic difficulties for pediatricians since it is rarely encountered in pediatrics.
Seborrhoeic keratosis is the commonest benign skin tumour.1 Most people will develop at least one such lesion in their lifetime.
BARTON replies: It is a tumour and I am worried.A histiocytoma is a benign skin tumour most commonly seen in young dogs on the lower legs, the face, and the ears.
Viot also found a greater rate of minor malformations, with 365 children suffering from angiomas (a benign skin tumour), five times higher than the overall rate.

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