Solitary mastocytoma in an infant - Case report with review of literature
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Solitary mastocytoma in infants is an uncommon disease which is characterized by mast cell hyperplasia and release of mast cell mediators. The most common presentation is pruritus. The treatment of solitary mastocytoma is symptomatic. Cutaneous mastocytoma tend to resolve by adulthood.