Fibroma of the tendon sheath is a slow-growing tumor, adherent to mainly the volar aspect of the tendon sheath of the finger or hand. Histopathologically, these tumors are always well-circumscribed and may be lobulated. They are largely composed of interlacing bundles of hyalinized, hypocellular fibrous tissue with the occasional increased cellular area. A characteristic feature is the presence of slit-like vascular channels. They are benign lesions with a tendency to recur in upto 25% of cases, although becoming more generally recognized are not yet familiar to dermatologists. Herein, we report two cases of fibroma of the tendon sheath.
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