During the past few years there has been an increasing awareness of the condition wherein multiple satellite pyogenic granulomas develop after the primary lesion is treated or traumatized. To date some 23 such patients have had their cases reported. Four additional new cases are being described and the features of this uncommon condition are reviewed.
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