Solitary mastocytoma

What is Solitary mastocytoma?

Solitary mastocytoma may be present at birth or may develop during the first weeks of life, originating as a brown macule that urticates on stroking.

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Hello, i was diagnosed with mastocytosis as a child, it went away by age 6. is it possible to be having papules erupting now at age 30? I also have...

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what were u excatly diagnosed? since u recovered from it completely i assume u had solitary mastocytoma or urticaria pigmentosa. if u have been...

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My son was diagnosed with a single mastocytoma? I was told that it was not serious and would go away on it s own. Should I be concerned about...

doctor1 MD

I think you had meant solitary mastocytoma (the correct terminology) but it means the same anyway. I am not sure of the location or the...

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