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Mast cell neoplasm

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Description of Mast cell neoplasm

Mast cell neoplasm: nodular cutaneous mast cell infiltrate, which is usually present at birth or soon after as a solitary nodule, although three to four lesions may occur; lesions typical of urticaria pigmentosa may occur later.
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