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Clear Cell Myomelanocytic Tumor of the Falciform Ligament/Ligamentum Teres: A Novel Member of the Perivascular Epithelioid Clear Cell Family of Tumors With a Predilection for Children and Young Adults
The perivascular epithelioid cell family of tumors (PEComas), defined by their co-expression of melanocytic and muscle markers, includes angiomyolipoma, lymphangioleiomyoma, and clear cell “sugar”Expand
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Verruciform xanthoma.
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Extensive Riga-Fede disease of the lip and tongue.
Riga-Fede disease presents in early infancy and is characterized by firm, verrucous plaques arising on the oral mucosal surfaces. These histologically benign lesions occur as a result of repetitiveExpand
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Spitz's nevi with halo reaction: a histopathologic study of 17 cases
Halo reactions to melanocytic nevi are a well‐recognized phenomenon. In contrast, halo reactions to Spitz's nevi have been reported only infrequently. Halo reactions may cause misdiagnosis of anExpand
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Cutaneous and Systemic Plasmacytosis
Background: Plasmacytosis is a rare entity, which may manifest with cutaneous patches and plaques and may subsequently progress to involve extracutaneous sites. First described in Japan by Kimura KExpand
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Metastatic balloon cell malignant melanoma: a case report and literature review.
A case of metastatic balloon cell malignant melanoma (BCMM) is presented. The balloon melanoma cells (BMC) were absent in the shave biopsy of the primary lesion and present as a minor component inExpand
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Old World cutaneous leishmaniasis.
The leishmaniases are a group of diseases caused by species of Leishmania and transmitted by the bite of the female sandfly. The major clinical forms include localized or disseminated cutaneous,Expand
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Chronic cutaneous lupus erythematosus in vitiligo.
A 49-year-old woman presented with a seven-year history of pruritic, erythematous, scaling plaques on sun-exposed skin that localized only to pre-existing depigmented patches. HistopathologicExpand
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Fox-Fordyce disease.
Fox-Fordyce disease (FFD) is a rare inflammatory disorder that affects the apocrine sweat glands. Clinically, lesions are equidistant, smooth, uniform, firm, folliculocentric papules, which can rangeExpand
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TGF-β-Induced Quiescence Mediates Chemoresistance of Tumor-Propagating Cells in Squamous Cell Carcinoma.
Squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) are heterogeneous tumors sustained by tumor-propagating cancer cells (TPCs). SCCs frequently resist chemotherapy through still unknown mechanisms. Here, we combineExpand
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