1976
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.112.7.1001
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Multiple palmoplantar histiocytomas

Abstract: Four patients had multiple histiocytomas involving the palms and soles; we describe the clinical and histologic features of their disorder. Multiple lesions of histiocytoma are rare, and their occurrence on the palms or the soles has not been reported, to our knowledge. Whorled patterns of intertwining bundles of histiocytic cells and fibers were seen predominantly and most frequently on histologic examination. No recurrences were noted during a follow-up period of up to two years after removal of the lesions.… Show more

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“…These events have not been observed by us, and we are not aware of any published reports of such occurrences. Bedi et al (15) did not discuss basaloid changes in the epidermis in the multiple palmo-plantar histioeytomas they studies.…”
Section: Commentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These events have not been observed by us, and we are not aware of any published reports of such occurrences. Bedi et al (15) did not discuss basaloid changes in the epidermis in the multiple palmo-plantar histioeytomas they studies.…”
Section: Commentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[2] Several clinical variants have been described, of which the unusual ones include atypical polypoid, atrophic and giant dermatofibroma. [34] The latter variant is not uncommon, and the correct diagnosis is usually not suspected because of its large size. The most striking feature of giant dermatofibroma is its large size which may lead to suspicion of malignancy.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Occasionally, MDF occur on the palms and soles. 31 Although dermatofibroma is considered a reactive hyperplasia rather than a true neoplasm, its pathogenesis remains unknown. Only scant information is available.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%