Nevus psiloliparus: report of two nonsyndromic cases.

  title={Nevus psiloliparus: report of two nonsyndromic cases.},
  author={Rudolf Happle and Stefan Horster},
  journal={European journal of dermatology : EJD},
  volume={14 5},
A diagnosis of nevus psiloliparus was made both clinically and histopathologically in two otherwise healthy girls, one being 4 years and the other one being 1 year old. A congenital hairless patch with a round or oblong shape and a soft surface was noted on the scalp. In one case the lesion was yellowish and flat, whereas in the other case it was skin colored and somewhat elevated. In both cases, histopathological examination showed the absence of mature hair follicles and the presence of… CONTINUE READING