Multiple Keratoakanthome

  • F. Bönniger
  • G. Burg
Conference paper

Zusammenfassung

Im Gegensatz zum solitären werden multiple Keratoakanthome nur selten beobachtet. Hierbei kommt es zum Auftreten mehrerer einzeln stehender oder gruppierter Keratoakanthome. Unterschiedliche Entwicklungsstadien können nebeneinander vorliegen.

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  • F. Bönniger
  • G. Burg

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