According to Heidingsfeld,* very few cases of neuroma cutis have been described. In the cases reported by this author and in others which he has gathered from the literature, the tumors were usually solitary, but were rarely multiple, and appeared clinically as subcutaneous nodules that could readily be mistaken for either fibromas or myomas. Pressure upon these growths, however, usually gave rise to lancinating pains. Histologically, examination revealed the presence of nerve tissue, sometimes associated with either muscle or endothelial tissue. Surgical intervention was curative.