Multiple cutaneous granular-cell tumors.

  title={Multiple cutaneous granular-cell tumors.},
  author={Carole E Hazan and William L Fangman},
  journal={Dermatology online journal},
  volume={13 1},
A 54-year-old woman presented with subcutaneous nodules and a prior diagnosis of multiple, cutaneous granular-cell tumors. The first case of granular cell tumor was reported in 1854. It remains a rare tumor, which is most commonly seen in women. One-half are usually located in the head and neck region, mostly on the tongue. Approximately one third are cutaneous and 25 percent of the cases occur as multiple lesions. 

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