infantile digital fibromatosis

re·cur·ring dig·i·tal fi·bro·ma of child·hood

multiple fibrous flesh-colored nodules on the extensor aspect of the terminal phalanges of adjacent digits of infants and young children that often recur after attempted excision, do not metastasize, and may spontaneously regress in 2 to 3 years; composed of spindle cells containing cytoplasmic inclusions believed to be derived from myofibrils.
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infantile digital fibromatosis

Kissing tumor A tumor of infants of the terminal phalanges of the fingers and toes, which measures < 2 cm Prognosis Benign, although 60% recur locally
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Infantile digital fibromatosis: a rare tumour of infancy: report of five cases.
Infantile digital fibromatosis occurring outside the digit.
Infantile digital fibromatosis. J Am Acad Dermatol.
Infantile digital fibromatosis: immunohistochemical and ultrastructural observations of cytoplasmic inclusions.
Anti-calponin 1 antibodies highlight intracytoplasmic inclusions of infantile digital fibromatosis. Histopathology.
Intra-lesional steroid for the management of symptomatic infantile digital fibromatosis. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg.

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