M 33, scalp.

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Diagnosis:
Osteoma cutis
Comment:
Mature trabecular bone in the dermis.
No bone marrow present.Primary osteoma cutis refers to the presence of bone
within the skin in the absence of a preexisting or
associated lesion.Secondary osteoma cutis occurs by metaplastic
reaction to inflammatory, traumatic, and neoplastic
lesions