Periadnexal Nerve Hyperplasia: A Reactive Histopathological Feature and an Incidental Finding After Surgical Excision and Scar Formation

The American Journal of Dermatopathology
Alejandro Lobato-BerezoMaría Teresa Fernández-Figueras

Abstract

Cutaneous nerve hyperplasia is characterized by the presence of increased and hypertrophic myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers in the dermis. We report a case of periadnexal nerve hyperplasia as an asymptomatic and infrequent reactive histopathological change, with no associated risk of malignancy that can be seen in scars, in patients with no syndromic stigmata.

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