CONGENITAL GENERALIZED FIBROMATOSIS
This is a very rare, probably autosomal recessive, condition characterized by the development of multiple rubbery, firm and fibroblastic Tumours of the skin, striated muscle, bones, and viscera from infancy. Multiple subcutaneous nodules proliferate early in life but tend to regress spontaneously. The visceral involvement may be fatal. Some X-ray features resemble those of Ollier disease (Sty et al. 1996). Autosomal dominant families have been described with the infantile form of this condition (Zand et al. 2004).