CDNHCollege Democrats of New Hampshire
CDNHCalcium-Dependent Adhesion Protein, Neuronal
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30 in 2007 reported a novel punch and graft technique for management of CDNH.
Affleck, however, strongly proposes that full wedge excision of CDNH is often unnecessary and should be avoided in favor of more conservative excision.
CDNH presents as an exquisitely painful nodule, usually on the helix or antihelix.
CDNH can be confused clinically with actinic keratosis, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell Carcinoma; if the depth of the biopsy is too shallow, the histologic differential diagnosis encompasses the same lesions.