We're seeing patients again! One of our first had a small Pilomatricoma on her forehead #cutiepie
This patient has a pilomatricoma, aka a calcifying epithelioma of Malherbe, which is commonly a solitary but mobile growth under the skin which is most often confused to be an epidermoid cyst. These are benign growths, not painful or uncomfortable. I was suspicious it was a pilomatricoma when I removed it because of it's firmness, but the diagnosis will be confirmed when we send the tissue for histopathology.