Image 1-Most of the tumor is centered within the deeper dermis with minimal epidermal alterations.
Image 2 -The infiltrate has varying areas of cellularity with areas of sclerosis alternating with denser cellular nodules.
Image 3-The cytology of the infiltrate varies from larger epithelioid appearing cells with a mixed chronic inflammation.
Image 4-Considerable pleomorphism is noted.
Image 5-Occasional mitotic figures, including atypical mitotic figures are noted.
Image 6-Large epithelioid appearing cells with prominent nucleoli are noted admixed with chronic inflammatory cells including plasma cells and eosinophils.
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This is a 44 year old man who presents with a tumor in the right hip.
Last Updated June 2, 2005
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