Scientific Papers

Cervical pilomatricoma: An unusual ent diagnosis


Clinical case

A 17-year-old woman, with no history of interest, was referred by her primary care physician with a rapidly growing cervical mass (less than 2 weeks duration). On examination, she presented a left upper laterocervical mass, painful on palpation, approximately 3 cm in size, superficial, with a stony consistency and well-defined but irregular borders, with no adhesions to deep planes. The skin superficial to the lesion showed erythema and a porous spot in the centre (Fig. 1A, B). Antibiotic and



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