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Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare
Pilomatricoma is commonly a benign neoplasm, which is considered to differentiate towards hair follicular cells particularly the cortex and comprises of basaloid, eosinophilic and shadow cells. It is also described as a sack of infundibular epithelium which is above matrical and supermatrical cells of Pilomatricoma cornifying as shadow cells. It is a slow growing asymptomatic tumor originating from the outer sheath cells of hair follicle. In patients with recurrence for repeat growth ofdoi:10.18410/jebmh/2015/581 fatcat:hwb3in7cuvedzaao7xmunv5zr4