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Dermatofibroma related to ganglion?

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Dr. Harry Greenberg
Dermatology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Never Heard of it

Dermatofibromas are scar like growths deep in the dermis.
Ganglion is a type of nerve. I am not aware of any relation between the two.

In brief: Never Heard of it

Dermatofibromas are scar like growths deep in the dermis.
Ganglion is a type of nerve. I am not aware of any relation between the two.
Dr. Harry Greenberg
Dr. Harry Greenberg
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Dr. HECTOR Franco
Dermatology

In brief: No

A dermatofibroma is a solid benign skin growth found in the lower layer of the skin called the dermis.
Ganglion cysts are cystic structures found in the subcutaneous fat layer and are attached to a tendon.

In brief: No

A dermatofibroma is a solid benign skin growth found in the lower layer of the skin called the dermis.
Ganglion cysts are cystic structures found in the subcutaneous fat layer and are attached to a tendon.
Dr. HECTOR Franco
Dr. HECTOR Franco
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