Surgical treatment of areolar neurofibromas

White, Colin; Martin, Stuart; Dal Cin, Arianna
November 2012
European Journal of Plastic Surgery;Nov2012, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p625
Academic Journal
The article presents case studies to two women aged 50-years old and 52-years old, getting a surgical treatment of areolar neurofibromas. Examination of the first woman showed the nipple had redundancy in length and were covered with overlying neurofibromata. The second woman showed marked involvement of the areola and nipples bilaterally.


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