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Fibromatosis colli is a peculiar, benign fibrous growth of the sternocleidomastoid that usually appears during the first few weeks of life and is often associated with muscular torticollis. Fibromatosis colli (FC) is seen in children born after difficult, prolonged labor, assisted delivery, and breech deliveries. Clinically, FC has to be differentiated from(More)
Hepatocellular adenoma (Hca) is a rare, benign, liver cell tumour. Hca is most frequently seen in women with a history of oral contraceptive use. Hca is also reported in children with glycogen storage disorders, galactosaemia, Hurler's syndrome, severe immune deficiency states, diabetes mellitus, sex hormone disturbances, Fanconis anaemia, in those who are(More)
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