Daniel Holanda Barroso, Camila Pinon Zoby Leite, Gabriela Diniz de Souza Araujo, Márcia Almeida Galvão Teixeira, Eliane Ruth Barbosa Alencar, Silvana Maria de Morais Cavalcanti
Dermatofibroma is a frequent benign tumor of easy clinical diagnosis in most cases, but that can mimic other dermatoses. Dermoscopy may help to define the diagnosis and its classical pattern is a central white area, similar to a scar, surrounded by a discrete pigment network. However, dermoscopic findings are not always typical. We describe here a case of dermatofibroma exhibiting ridges, furrows and pseudocomedos, a pattern which is typical of seborrheic keratosis, in dermoscopy.
May 2016: Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia