Ann Dermatol.  1989 Jul;1(2):77-79. 10.5021/ad.1989.1.2.77.

Multiple Congenital Subepidermal Calcified Nodules


Subepidermal calcified nodule, a form of calcinosis cutis, usually occurs as a solitary lesion and develops in early childhood. We report a 20-month-old boy with an unusual form of subepidermal calcified nodules on both palms and soles which were multiple and present at birth. Interestingly, his uncle had similar lesions during infancy which had shown spontaneous remission.


Congenital; Multiple; Subepidermal calcified nodule
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