Rinsho Hifuka Volume 21, Issue 9 (August 1967)
Japanese

EXPERIENCE OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE NEVUS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ITS CLASSIFICATION AND PATHOLOGY Takafumi MORISHITA 1 , Chiaki YOKOKAWA 1 1Department of Dermatology, Nihon University School of Medicine pp.867-874
Published Date 1967/8/1
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1412200197
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On the basis of reported 23 cases and the author's own 2 cases of connective tissue nevus in Japan, the authors presented a following classification.

1. Localized type. a) Shagreen type. b) Macular type.

2. Systematized nodular type.

3. Disseminated or generalized type.

Case 1 : Localized shagreen type.

A 35-year-old man had the lesion at birth. On his first visit, there was a palm-sized lesion on the right chest composed of numerous discrete papules, which were flat-topped, miliary to ricegrain-sized, round or polygonal and fawn-colored.

Histologic specimens showed proliferation of thickened and homgenous collagen fibers in the upper and middle dermis, where elastic fibers disappeared. Arrector pili-like muscle bundles were scattered in the middle dermis.

Case 2 : Localized macular type.

A 20-year-old man noted the lesion in his childhood. On his first visit, there were four plapues in the lumbar region, each of which was 5 cm. in diameter and composed of elevated, normal or yellowish-white colored nodules or tumors in the size of a bean.


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臨床皮膚科
21巻9号 (1967年8月)
電子版ISSN 1882-1324 印刷版ISSN 0021-4973 医学書院

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