Nonfamilial bilateral axillary nevus comedonicus in a 24-year-old lady – a case report

J. Chowdhury, A.K. Roy, S. Das, S. Hansda

Abstract


Nevus comedonicus is a rare hamartoma of the pilosebaceous unit. Bilateral involvement is relatively uncommon and is usually associated with other non-cutaneous anomalies. We report a case of non-familial nevus comedonicus affecting both axillae and ears only in a 24-year-old lady without any other anomalies. 


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Nevus comedonicus, axillary, bilateral

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