Correspondence Address : Prof. Cowden syndrome CS or multiple hamartoma syndromes MHSs is an uncommon condition and characterized by mucocutaneous lesions which may be associated with the lesions of breast, thyroid, gastrointestinal tract, skin, and often of central nervous system. A thorough evaluation of Cowden's disease is essential due to increased risk of malignancy in an organ or system of the affected patients. We are reporting a case of female patient who presented with multiple mucocutaneous papilloma associated with involvement of multiple organs and systems.
Splenic hamartoma is a rare cause of abdominal pain:Case report and literature review
Pancreatic hamartoma: a case report and literature review | BMC Gastroenterology | Full Text
Eccrine angiomatous hamartoma EAH , first described by Lotzbeck in , is a rare benign vascular hamartoma characterized histologically by a proliferation of eccrine and vascular components. Each diagnostic subtype is characterized by an increase in the number as well as size of mature eccrine glands or ducts, with EAH being distinguished by the added vascular component. Patients with EAH may present with complaints of pain or increased sweating hyperhidrosis associated with stress or exercise, or without any associated symptoms. EAH most commonly presents as a solitary papule or plaque on the extremities of children and are frequently congenital, although they can appear in adulthood as well. A predisposition of EAH for facial and truncal involvement is not commonly seen.
Giant breast hamartoma in a 41‑year‑old female: A case report and literature review
Metrics details. Fibrous hamartoma of infancy FHI is a rare benign lesion most frequently occurring within the first year of life. So far, just over cases have been reported in the English literature, in which the radiologic findings of FHI have not been fully described. Herein, 2 adult cases of FHI receiving treatment in our hospital and the published cases searched on PubMed are reviewed, with the emphasis on the discussion of the spectrum of MR findings and their histologic correlation.
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