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Sclerosing angioma

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Description of Sclerosing angioma

Sclerosing angioma: Also known as dermatofibroma, this is a solitary, slowly growing nodular mass, most often affecting the extremities. It is composed of fibrous and histiocytic cells which infiltrate the dermis and occasionally the underlying subcutaneous tissue. Usually local excision is curative. Recurrences are reported only in a small minority of cases. -- 2003
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