Incidence and clinical significance of lesions presenting as a scalp mass in adult patients


Lesions initially presenting as a scalp mass are quite common entities with a wide spectrum of causes. They may be directly related to the scalp itself or may be secondary stigmata of an underlying process in the skull. The rate and clinical significance of the differential diagnosis of these lesions are not well studied in the adult population. Three… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00701-014-2266-7


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