Congenital swellings are common all over the body. Most of the swellings have a clinical diagnosis. But a few swellings have no clinical or radiological diagnosis , one such swelling is very rare case of cutaneous hamartoma which is diagnosed only histologically. Hamartoma are more common in internal organs and are to be seen in skin. One such case is being reported in our hospital. Patient had a history of swelling in the neck since birth. Presented to the department as a skin swelling and wanted a cosmetic removal of the swelling. Patient was operated under local anesthesia , swelling in the neck with sinus was excised in total and sent for histopathology and found to be in favour of cutaneous hamartoma swelling. Post operative period was uneventful and was reviewed to have a good skin closure with good cosmetic appearance .
RARE CASE REPORT -CUTANEOUS HAMARTOMA SWELLING, Dr.R.Vidhun Raj Barath, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MEDICINE : Volume-1 | Issue-5 | September-2017