TURBAN TUMORS: REPORT OF A CASE WITH UNUSUAL PATHOLOGIC FINDINGS, INCLUDING BOTH EPIDERMAL AND DERMAL NEVI

@inproceedings{Sachs1940TURBANTR,
  title={TURBAN TUMORS: REPORT OF A CASE WITH UNUSUAL PATHOLOGIC FINDINGS, INCLUDING BOTH EPIDERMAL AND DERMAL NEVI},
  author={Wilbert Sachs and Perry M. Sachs},
  year={1940}
}
  • Wilbert Sachs, Perry M. Sachs
  • Published 1940
  • Medicine
  • Congenital and acquired multiple tumors of the scalp are infrequently reported in the literature. They have been described by different authors under many titles, such as turban tumor, naevo-epithelioma adenoides, cylindroma, multiple benign epithelioma, fibroma multiplex, sarcoma capitis, endothelioma capitis and sweat gland carcinoma. The diversity of names resulted from the variation of histologic observations and interpretations made by past investigators. In 1841 Ancell1described a case of… CONTINUE READING

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