Pediatric Pilomatrixoma


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What is a Pediatric Pilomatrixoma?

A pilomatrixoma is a benign swelling of the hair follicle. They usually present as a hard lump just beneath the skin. The majority of these masses are located on the head or neck.

What are the signs and symptoms of a Pediatric Pilomatrixoma?

These small tumors usually do not cause symptoms but can become tender or painful when they are infected.

How is a Pediatric Pilomatrixoma treated?

Even though these tumors are benign, they will not go away on their own and surgical resection is recommended.

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