Following an observation from the histopathology laboratory that far more sebaceous naevi were received from the plastic surgeons than the dermatologists, we jointly audited our practice to see whether there were significant differences. In the light of these findings, and following a literature review, we met to agree consensus management.
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Published online: August 20, 2007
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