Segmental cutaneous piloleiomyomata.


A 60-year-old white man seen in consultation for "chronic zoster" presented with a 30-year history of persistent, painful cutaneous lesions on his right flank. His pain was episodic and exacerbated by physical touch and emotional stress. He denied lesion sensitivity to cold or heat. Application ofcapsaicin cream had been without benefit. There was no family… (More)


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