NODULE(S), CHILD

By Gary M. White, MD

Common, Infant

Juvenile Xanthogranuloma
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Solitary Mastocytoma
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Common, Child

Pilomatricoma. Pilomatricomas are often deep-seated and hard.
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Spitz Nevus
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Granuloma Annulare
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Pyogenic Granuloma. In the scalp of a child.
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Uncommon

Calcinosis Cutis. In a child with polymyositis.
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Cutaneous Granulomas in a Child with Immunodeficiency
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Dermoid Cyst
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Eccrine Angiomatous Hamartoma

Fibrous Hamartoma Of Infancy

Infantile Myofibromatosis

Leiomyosarcoma

Neuroblastoma

Rhabdomyosarcoma. For a picture, see Dermatol. Argent., 2012, 18(6): 433-441

Self-Healing Juvenile Cutaneous Mucinosis. For a picture, see Epathologies

Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis

Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis of the Newborn. For a picture, see Dermatology Online Journal 16(2)

Various tumors, e.g., fibrosarcoma, plexiform neurofibroma, progressive osseous heteroplasia, congenital rhabdoid sarcoma, etc.

Dermal Hematopoiesis

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