1962
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1962.01590110055008
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Trichofolliculoma

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“…Hair, hair matrix cells, and stromal aggregates consistent with dermal papillas are not present. The second lesion, trichofolliculoma (Gray and Helwig, 1962), microscopically has a characteristic pattern of small and frequently well developed follicular structures radiating from a central keratinizing cystic space which is usually in continuity with the epidermis. Well formed dermal papillas and hairs often give the characteristic clinical finding of a tangled tuft of small hairs emerging from the skin surface.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hair, hair matrix cells, and stromal aggregates consistent with dermal papillas are not present. The second lesion, trichofolliculoma (Gray and Helwig, 1962), microscopically has a characteristic pattern of small and frequently well developed follicular structures radiating from a central keratinizing cystic space which is usually in continuity with the epidermis. Well formed dermal papillas and hairs often give the characteristic clinical finding of a tangled tuft of small hairs emerging from the skin surface.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…They stated that the tumour was not recognizable cUnically. Gray and Helwig (1962) in their extensive histological review agreed with this. We feel that these two series included some cases not typical of trichofoUiculoma and this may have somewhat delayed its recognition as a clinical entity.…”
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“…The tumours diagnosed as trichofolliculomas had the characteristics of this type of tumour as described by Gray & Helwig (1962), with a central opening as usually occurs in man. This was in contrast to the majority of cases described by Ediger et af.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 87%