A case of woolly hair nevus, multiple linear pigmentation, and epidermal nevi with somatic HRAS p.G12S mutation

Katsuhiko Nishihara, Mikiko Tohyama, Akiharu Kubo
Pediatric Dermatology 2019 March 12
Woolly hair nevus is a rare syndrome that presents as woolly hair in restricted areas of the scalp and may be associated with pigmented macules or epidermal nevus on the body. Here, we report a case of woolly hair nevus, linear pigmentation, and multiple epidermal nevi with a somatic HRAS c.34G>A(p.G12S) mutation.

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