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Cutaneous inflammatory pseudotumour: a rare and multimorphic condition

Case-Based review, 107 - 110
doi: 10.11138/cderm/2017.5.3.107
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Inflammatory pseudotumour (IPT) is a benign mesenchymal tumour common in many body sites, rarely involving the skin. We present two patients with lesions of diverse gross morphologic features, with dermatopathologic patterns compatible with IPT. The first case involved a persistent facial lesion constituting a therapeutic challenge. In the second case the condition was resolved by the excisional biopsy but was associated with a systemic disease and an autoimmune disorder.
Full case histories were taken, detailed histopa - thological studies, marker staining was performed and follow-up ensued. We also summarized all the previous cases reports of IPT involving cutaneous structures.

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