2017
DOI: 10.1590/abd1806-4841.20176583
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Cutaneous schwannoma: an atypical presentation

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“…Verocay first described schwannomas in 1908. 3 They represent approximately 5% of all benign soft-tissue tumors and they are the most common peripheral nerve tumor. 4 Schwannomas occur most commonly during the fourth and fifth decade of life, without significant evidence of sex predilection.…”
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“…Verocay first described schwannomas in 1908. 3 They represent approximately 5% of all benign soft-tissue tumors and they are the most common peripheral nerve tumor. 4 Schwannomas occur most commonly during the fourth and fifth decade of life, without significant evidence of sex predilection.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…4 Schwannomas occur most commonly during the fourth and fifth decade of life, without significant evidence of sex predilection. [3][4][5] In general, cutaneous schwannomas are asymptomatic. 5 However, as they grow larger, pain, paresthesias, and tenderness can occur, associated with the compression of the nerve of origin or adjacent structures.…”
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