Dermatofibroma: an abortive immunoreactive process mediated by dermal dendritic cells?

Abstract

Dermatofibromas are very common tumors of the skin, but little is known about their etiology and pathogenesis. Current concepts of disease pathogenesis are discussed, with special emphasis on an immunoreactive origin. There is recent evidence, that high numbers of cells with dendritic morphology and positive staining for factor XIIIa are concentrated at the… (More)

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