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The gross and histological characteristics of pilar tumors are described. These tumors may be confused with squamous cell carcinoma. Generally, the type of pilar tumor discussed in this article involves the skin on the scalp.
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Received: December 12, 1977
☆This research has been supported in part by a grant from the National Cancer Institute P30-CA-14520 entitled “Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center.”
© 1978 Published by Elsevier Inc.