A case of persistent subepidermal calcified nodule in an adult treated with CO2 laser.

Abstract

A subepidermal calcified nodule (SCN) is an uncommon form of calcinosis cutis that is not associated with other dermatologic or systemic illnesses. Clinically, SCN presents as a solitary, firm tumor that can be white, white-yellow, or erythematous. Most SCNs occur in children; they are extremely rare in adults. The treatment of choice is believed to be… (More)

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