dermatofibroma

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Related to dermatofibromas: keratosis pilaris, cherry angioma, lipomas
Translations

der·ma·to·fi·bro·ma

n. tumor benigno de la piel de crecimiento lento.

dermatofibroma

n dermatofibroma m
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Radiologically, the differential diagnosis includes neurogenic tumors, minor salivary gland tumors, dermoid or epidermoid tumors, hemangiomas, sarcoidosis, aggressive fibromatosis, dermatofibromas, fibrosarcomas, and malignant histiocytomas.
However, HHV8 is not entirely limited to KS and has been detected in some angiosarcomas, hemangiomas, and dermatofibromas.
However, HHV8 is not entirely limited to KS, and as such it has been detected in some angiosarcomas, haemangiomas and dermatofibromas [93].
Multiple eruptive dermatofibromas have been described in immunosuppressed patients.
Early lesions can easily be mistaken as purpura, hematomas, angiomas, dermatofibromas, or nevi.
Maurer suggested performing a biopsy to distinguish KS from benign dermatofibromas.
Other skin growths, such as wart-like keratoses (that may be flat or elevated), may tend to itch or be unsightly; others, called dermatofibromas, may result from bites or other skin injuries that produce scarlike tissue of various colors.
Basal cell carcinomas and basal cell carcinoma-like changes overlying dermatofibromas.
The clinical and microscopic manifestation of SHML should be differentiated from malignant lymphoreticular neoplasias, such as Hodgkin's disease and monocytic leukemia, histiocytosis, rhinoscleroma, tuberculosis, juvenile xanthogranuloma, dermatofibromas, and eosinophilic granuloma, among others.
Benign skin lesions include dermatofibromas (5), (16) and desmoplastic cellular blue nevi.
It has also been demonstrated recently in the majority of xanthomatous skin lesions, (8) atypical fibroxanthomas, typical dermatofibromas, and occasional epithelioid dermatofibromas.
D2-40 may represent a helpful adjunct in distinguishing between dermatofibromas (DFs) and dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP), which can occasionally be difficult.