PMID: 1810985Dec 1, 1991Paper

Anetodermic cutaneous changes overlying pilomatricomas

Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
C C Jones, J A Tschen


Five pilomatricomas with anetodermic cutaneous changes and striae are presented. Pink to translucent, atrophic, scarlike skin that covers a typical pilomatricoma occurs most commonly in young women. Histopathologic examination showed an atrophic, edematous dermis with diminished, fragmented collagen fibers and absent elastic tissue.


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