2007, Number 5
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ABSTRACTThe authors report three cases with multiple lesions of facial osteoma cutis treated through lesion extraction with Nokor (18G) needle aided by blac-khead extractor. This simple and rapid technique minimizes damage to the skin and the formation of fibrosis.
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