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Tufted Angioma of the Leg a Rare Clinicopathological Presentation
Acquired tufted angioma is a rare benign vascular tumour of skin and subcutaneous tissues. Sites commonly involved are neck, shoulders and thorax region. It is diagnosed on its characteristic histopathological features. A case of acquired tufted angioma presenting as soft tissue swelling on medial side of leg which was mimicking as sebaceous cyst is being presented.
Acquired Tufted Angioma, Benign Vascular Tumour, Sebaceous Cyst.
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