An unusual hematopoietic proliferation seen in a nevus sebaceous.


Nevus sebaceous is a tumor of primary epithelial germ cells that is generally first noticed at birth. It is relatively quiescent until puberty when a variety of benign and potentially malignant tumors may arise within it. We describe a nevus sebaceous with immature fat cells, vascular ectasia, and extramedullary hematopoiesis that was present at birth. At 4… (More)


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