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A Rare Soft-Tissue Tumor in a 15-Year-Old Boy With Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
American journal of dermatopathology
A 15-year-old boy known with tuberous sclerosis complex with a TSC2 mutation and clinical features of hypopigmented macules, facial angiofibromas, mental retardation, epilepsy, angiomyolipoma, and cardial rhabdomyoma presented at our pediatric dermatology clinics. He had a gradually increasing large soft multinodular tumor in the neck ( Fig. 1) , which had been present for 5 months. At times, the lesion was painful, and the patient noticed purulent discharge. The tumor measured 5.3 · 3.5 cm anddoi:10.1097/dad.0000000000001388 pmid:32437113 fatcat:uujiwjh6jjh2bcjekqtqgesz7q