Fibrokeratoma: Clinical Summary

A fibrokeratoma is a benign, slow-growing skin tumor composed of fibrous tissue and epithelium (the top layer of skin). It typically appears as a small, firm, bump on the skin.

Symptoms:

Most fibrokeratomas are asymptomatic, meaning they cause no symptoms. In some cases, they may cause itching or discomfort, especially if they rub against clothing or become irritated.


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