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NEUROCRISTIC HAMARTOMA (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#20) submitted by: David S. Mezebish, LCDR, MC (FS), USN

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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Diagnosis: NEUROCRISTIC HAMARTOMA (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#20) submitted by: David S. Mezebish, LCDR, MC (FS), USN

History: This 27 year old white female has a lifelong history of alopecia on the left scalp, and a 10-15 year history of slowly growing, slightly tender subcutaneous left scalp nodules.

Exam: PHYSICAL EXAM: There was a 8cm x 3.5cm lesion on the temperoparietal scalp. Centrally within the lesion were areas of alopecia and five firm, mobile 0.5-2cm subcutaneous nodules and several well healed biopsy sites. No bruits were appreciated on auscultation. Laboratory: Bone scan and cerebral angiography were normal. MRI revealed an enhancing lesion in the deep soft tissues of the scalp covering a 9cm x 9cm area overlying the left parietal and frontal bones, superficial to the temporalis muscle, with no evidence of bony involvement. HISTOPATHOLOGY: Proliferations of nevomelanocytes, dendritic and spindled cells, and Schwann cells extending from the lower dermis through the subcutaneous fat to the galea.

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NEUROCRISTIC HAMARTOMA (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#20) submitted by: David S. Mezebish, LCDR, MC (FS), USN

Cirivello MJC - MedPix

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MPX2417_synpic16670: NEUROCRISTIC HAMARTOMA

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: NEUROCRISTIC HAMARTOMA (1997 Uniformed Services Dermatology Seminar, Case#20) submitted by: David S. Mezebish, LCDR, MC (FS), USN

History: This 27 year old white female has a lifelong history of alopecia on the left scalp, and a 10-15 year history of slowly growing, slightly tender subcutaneous left scalp nodules.

Exam: PHYSICAL EXAM: There was a 8cm x 3.5cm lesion on the temperoparietal scalp. Centrally within the lesion were areas of alopecia and five firm, mobile 0.5-2cm subcutaneous nodules and several well healed biopsy sites. No bruits were appreciated on auscultation. Laboratory: Bone scan and cerebral angiography were normal. MRI revealed an enhancing lesion in the deep soft tissues of the scalp covering a 9cm x 9cm area overlying the left parietal and frontal bones, superficial to the temporalis muscle, with no evidence of bony involvement. HISTOPATHOLOGY: Proliferations of nevomelanocytes, dendritic and spindled cells, and Schwann cells extending from the lower dermis through the subcutaneous fat to the galea.

No MeSH data available.