fibrous hamartoma of infancy
fi·brous ham·ar·to·ma of in·fan·cy
a tumor appearing usually in the upper arm or shoulder in the first 2 years of life and consists of cellular fibrous tissue infiltrating the subcutis.
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fibrous hamartoma of infancyA tumour-like lesion seen in axillary or inguinal regions of infants and young children, more commonly in boys. It is usually solitary; does not regress, but rarely recurs.
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