Solitary subungual neurofibroma in the right first finger
International Journal of Dermatology, 03/02/2012Huajun J et al.
Solitary subungual neurofibroma appears to be a rare condition, and immunohistochemistry is the key to the diagnosis. Complete surgical excision should be considered as the curative treatment of choice for them.
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