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Fibrous Papule of the face

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Also known as … Angiofibroma, Fibrous Papule of the nose, Adenoma Sebaceum

Fibrous Papule of the face are benign small skin coloured lesions (usually less than 5mm in size). Under the microscope, they are made up of dilated blood vessels, fibroblasts and collagen (cells and supporting material of the skin). They usually occur alone on the face and are called solitary angiofibroma or fibrous papule of the face.

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