Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, ISSN - 0973 - 709X

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Case report
Table of Contents - Year : 2016 | Month : October | Volume : 10 | Issue : 10 | Page : WD01 - WD02

Nevus Lipomatosus Cutaneous Superficialis - A Rare Hamartoma: Report of Two Cases WD01-WD02

Mayank Goyal, Vaishali Hainath Wankhade, Jayesh Ishwardas Mukhi, Rajesh Pratap Singh

Correspondence
Dr. Mayank Goyal,
59, Basant Vihar Special, Opposite Blood Bank, Kota-324009, Rajasthan, India.
E-mail: mayank.kem@gmail.com

Nevus Lipomatosus Cutaneous Superficialis (NLCS) is a rare benign hamartomatous disorder in which mature collection of adipocytes are present ectopically in the dermis. NLCS usually presents as multiple, soft, pedunculated, cerebriform, yellowish or skin colored papules, nodules, or plaques, mostly involving the pelvic or gluteal region. We herewith report two cases of adult onset classical NLCS. First case had a classical presentation with lesion on lower back while second case was associated with some unusual features like occurrence on pubic area and associated comedo-like lesions.