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Nevus Comedonicus Unilateralis 2例

Two Cases of Nevus Comedonicus

대한피부과학회지 1970년 8권 1호 p.63 ~ 66
孫敬愛, 禹浚植, 池貞姬,
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孫敬愛 (  ) - 國立醫療院 皮膚科
禹浚植 (  ) - 國立醫療院 皮膚科
池貞姬 (  ) - 國立醫療院 臨床病理科

Abstract


Nevus comedonicus is a rare skin abnormality characterized by a unilateral and usually linear distribution of groups of comedones. Histologically, local epidermal invagination and keratin material plugging in invaginated pouch and immatured hair follicles on lower part of the pouch were seen.
Two cases are reported at first in the Korean literature.
Case I: A 24 year old man has had black colored comedolike skin lesions on left cheek with 16 years duration without any subjective symptoms.
Case 2: A 19 year old girl has had multiple comedolike lesions on right buttock with 2 years duration, acompanied by recurrent suppuration and moderate itching.
Our 2 cases, all are typical Nevus Comedonicus Unilateralis case in clinically and histopathologically. Treatment with local application of steroid cream and dermoabrasion resulted good effect, but essentially there is no need to -treat untill complication deveoped.

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