By Gary M. White, MD
Actinic keratoses, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma , and melanoma--the usual suspects from chronic sun exposure.
En Coup De Sabre
Subgaleal Lipoma. The subgaleal lipoma is a lipoma that lies between the galea and periosteum of the frontal bone.
Psoriasis may occasionally extend onto the forehead from the scalp.
The horizontal creases normally found on the forehead appear to be caused by the trabeculae of the retinacula cutis which at the frown lines are broader, shorter, and contain striated muscle [AD 1989;125;1090 (CP)].
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