1980
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.116.5.578
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Infantile digital fibroma-like tumor in an adult

Abstract: Recurring digital fibrous tumors of childhood are unusual inclusion-bearing fibrous tumors typically located on the fingers and toes of young children. We report here a histologically similar tumor located on the arm of a 44-year-old man.

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“…In agreement with Allen (1972) and Sarma and Hoffmann (1980), the paranuclear inclusion was readily demonstrable in HE sections although other observers (Reye, 1965;Battifora and Hines, 1971), found special stains necessary for their demonstration.…”
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“…In agreement with Allen (1972) and Sarma and Hoffmann (1980), the paranuclear inclusion was readily demonstrable in HE sections although other observers (Reye, 1965;Battifora and Hines, 1971), found special stains necessary for their demonstration.…”
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“…We have preferred to name the condition Inclusion Body Fibromatosis rather than Recurring Digital Fibrous Tumour of Childhood, since, although the great majority of these growths arise in the fingers and toes of young children, two extradigital cases have been recently reported, one on the nose of a child (Patron et al, 1980) and the other was on the arm of a 44-yr-old man (Sarma and Hoffmann, 1980). Although these lesions do tend to recur it does, therefore, seem inappropriate to regard them as arising exclusively on the digits and in childhood.…”
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“…The growth is usually manifested soon after birth in solitary or multiple forms involving one, two or more fingers and toes (Shapiro 1969, Beckett & Jacobs 1977, Coskey et al 1979. Occurrence in a single adult patient has recently been documented (Sarma & Hoffman 1980 derlying tissues. The growths are covered with bound-down smooth and flesh colored skin areas ( Fig.…”
Section: Recurring Digital Fibrous Tutnor Of Childhoodmentioning
confidence: 99%