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Term:Neoplasm of the skin
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Accession:HP:0008069 term browser browse the term
Definition:A tumor (abnormal growth of tissue) of the skin.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: Dermatological tumors;   Dermatological tumours;   Skin tumors;   Skin tumours;   Tumor of the skin;   Tumour of the skin;   skin neoplasm
 narrow_synonym: Skin cancer (non-melanoma);   non-melanoma skin carcinoma
 related_synonym: Neoplasia of the skin;   Skin cancer
 xref: EFO:0004198;   EFO:0009260;   MESH:D012878;   NCI:C3262;   SNOMEDCT_US:126488004;   SNOMEDCT_US:372130007;   UMLS:C0007114;   UMLS:C0037286

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  Human phenotype 0
    Phenotypic abnormality 0
      Neoplasm 0
        Neoplasm by anatomical site 0
          Neoplasm of the skin 0
            Acanthoma 0
            Actinic keratosis 0
            Adenoma sebaceum 0
            Basal cell carcinoma + 0
            Cutaneous angiolipomas 0
            Cutaneous leiomyoma 0
            Cutaneous leiomyosarcoma 0
            Cutaneous mastocytosis 0
            Cutaneous melanoma + 0
            Cutaneous myxoma 0
            Eccrine syringofibroadenoma 0
            Fibrofolliculoma 0
            Frontal cutaneous lipoma 0
            Kaposi's sarcoma 0
            Keratoacanthoma 0
            Lymphocytoma cutis 0
            Merkel cell skin cancer 0
            Multiple cutaneous leiomyomas 0
            Multiple cutaneous malignancies 0
            Myxoid subcutaneous tumors 0
            Neurofibroma + 0
            Papilloma + 0
            Perifollicular fibroma 0
            Peripheral schwannoma 0
            Seborrheic keratosis 0
            Self-healing squamous epithelioma 0
            Skin appendage neoplasm + 0
            Squamous cell carcinoma + 0
            Steatocystoma multiplex 0
            Subcutaneous lipoma + 0
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