Invasive calcifying tumour of the palms and soles generally occurring in young children, although it may occur in adults, too. The fibrous mass, which presents as a firm, poorly marginated nodule, may be asymptomatic or painful. Stipped calcification can be seen when radiographs are taken. The recurrence rate after excision is high, but metastasis does not occur.
Aponeurotic Fibroma, Juvenile Palmoplantar Fibromatosis, Calcifying Fibroma