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Multiple disseminated pyogenic granuloma after second degree scald burn: a rare two case.

  title={Multiple disseminated pyogenic granuloma after second degree scald burn: a rare two case.},
  author={Mustafa Durgun and Caferi Tayyar Selçuk and Burhan Ozalp and Mustafa Aydınol and Ulaş Alabalık},
  journal={International journal of burns and trauma},
  volume={3 2},
Pyogenic granuloma is a benign lesion and usually occurs after trauma. Disseminated pyogenic granuloma, is a rare form of pyogenic granuloma. There are 9 cases of disseminated pyogenic granuloma in literature and most of them are hot milk burns. First case describes an 18- month-old girl who developed disseminated pyogenic granulomas on her right cheek, neck, and right nasal ala. Lesions on her right cheek and neck were excised and sutured primarily. Lesion on right nasal ala was excised and… 

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