Desmoplastic cellular neurothekeoma
Wei-Ting Chang, Yu-Hung Wu, Nan-Lin Wu, Kuo-Ming Chang
DERMATOLOGICA SINICA 32 (2014) 193-194
A 39-year-old man presented for the evaluation and treatment of a 1-year history of an asymptomatic protruding nodule on his chin with slow progression in size (Figure 1A). He denied previous trauma or using any filler injections. He had no significant medical history. Physical examination revealed a firm skin-colored dome-shaped nodule with a telangiectatic surface on the chin. The clinical differential diagnosis included epidermal cysts and various adnexal neoplasms. The lesion was excised and pathologic examination showed a non-encapsulated and nodular tumor in the dermis.