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Sclerosing sweat duct (syringomatous) carcinoma
The most aggressive lesion in the series showed increased cytologic atypicality in recurrences, and tumor-free margins in the initial excision specimen appeared to be a favorable prognostic factor. Expand
Cutaneous mycobacteriosis: analysis of 34 cases with a new classification of the disease.
A system of classification is proposed which uses simple terms, avoids confusing nomenclature, and incorporates pathophysiologic descriptions and prognostic information to help clinicians understand and diagnose the diverse forms of cutaneous mycobacterial infections. Expand
Adenolipoma of the skin: a report of nine cases.
Adenolipoma of the skin is a distinct lesion that can occur in the dermis or subcutaneous tissue and does not deviate appreciably from those of the usual lipomas. Expand
Deep Juvenile Xanthogranuloma: Subcutaneous and Intramuscular Forms
Cases of deep juvenile xanthogranuloma occurring in soft tissue of three children with differential diagnosis includes deep fibrous histiocytoma and cellular subcutaneous neural tumors are described. Expand
Neutrophilic dermatoses.
Kaposi's sarcoma
The histology of KS may provide diagnost ic confusion,erential diagnosis and diagnostic pitlalls, and a hrief of the various (linical lonns oC KS will also l)e provided. Expand
Desmoplastic trichilemmoma: histologic variant resembling invasive carcinoma
Knowledge of this phenomenon and the search for more typical features of trichilemmoma such as clear cells and peripherally palisaded columnar cells upon a thickened, eosinophilic basement membrane will allow the correct diagnosis to be made. Expand
Aneurysmal (“Angiomatoid”) fibrous histiocytoma of the skin
Seventeen cases are reported of a variety of cutaneous fibrous histiocytoma, which are designated as aneurysmal (“angiomatoid”) fibrous HistiocyToma,which differ from the classical cutaneous fibers in both their clinical presentation and pathologic features. Expand
Morphea and lichen sclerosus et atrophicus. Clinical and histopathologic studies in patients with combined features.
The coexistence of morphea and lichen sclerosus et atrophicus in the same patient suggests that these lesions represent a spectrum which may reflect similar etiologic events or closely related pathologic processes in these two diseases. Expand
Nodular-cystic fat necrosis. A reevaluation of the so-called mobile encapsulated lipoma.
Five patients with distinct posttraumatic subcutaneous nodules that usually evolved for several months before diagnosis are described, which seems to be related to trauma, rapid vascular insufficiency, and subsequent fibrous capsule formation. Expand