Aesthetic Reconstruction of Congenital Cerebriform Intradermal Nevus by Sequential Tissue Expansion at an Early Age: Ten-year Follow-up

@article{Firat2012AestheticRO,
  title={Aesthetic Reconstruction of Congenital Cerebriform Intradermal Nevus by Sequential Tissue Expansion at an Early Age: Ten-year Follow-up},
  author={Cemal Firat and Ali G{\"u}rlek and Ahmet Hamdi Aytekin and Serkan Erbatur},
  journal={Journal of Turgut Ozal Medical Center},
  year={2012},
  volume={19},
  pages={177-180}
}
DOI: 10.7247/jiumf.19.3.9 Cerebriform intradermal nevus (CIN) is a congenital tumoral abnormality of the scalp. The incidence of development of malignant melanoma in CIN can rise up to 10%. Surgical excision of the lesion is the sole treatment modality for CIN. In this case, we present the 10year follow-up of a 45-day-old infant with congenital CIN covering 75% of his scalp who had scalp reconstruction by sequential tissue expansion. Sequential tissue expansion processes with rectangular-shaped… 

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