infantile digital fibromatosis


infantile digital fibromatosis
a rare, often recurrent condition, usually seen in infants less than a year old, in which one or more small, smooth, dome-shaped, skin-colored to red nodules occur on the lateral or dorsal aspects of the fingers and toes; histologically, the lesions are composed of fibrous connective tissue and abundant collagen, and contain characteristic viruslike, black intracellular inclusions. Called also infantile digital, recurrent digital, or recurring digital fibroma.

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