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Figure 137.1
Fibrous papule with hyalinized collagen bundles and increased dilated vascular channels.
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Figure 137.5
(a) Bundles of bland myofibroblast‐like cells in the dermis in a case of inclusion body fibromatosis. (b) Numerous typical eosinophilic intracytoplasm...
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Figure 137.9
Histological appearance of dermatofibroma, showing epidermal hyperplasia overlying the dermal sclerotic component.
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Figure 137.13
Prominent cellular pleomorphism in a case of atypical fibroxanthoma.
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Figure 137.17
Clinical appearance of a pyogenic granuloma on a typical site at the tip of the finger.
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Figure 137.21
Well‐differentiated angiosarcoma, with thin‐walled irregular vascular channels lined by atypical endothelial cells. Note the dissection of collagen pa...
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Figure 137.25
A typical case of glomangiomyoma displaying vascular channels, smooth muscle and thin layers of glomus cells.
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Figure 137.29
Typical Verocay body in a case of schwannoma.
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Figure 137.33
Typical whorling appearance and some degree of sclerosis in a case of perineurioma.
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Figure 137.37
Clinical appearance of multiple leiomyomas.
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Figure 137.2
Storiform collagenoma. Poorly cellular stroma composed of hyalinized collagen in a storiform pattern.
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Figure 137.6
Pathological appearance of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, showing the storiform or ‘cartwheel’ distribution of the fairly uniform, spindle‐shaped tu...
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Figure 137.10
Cellular fibrous histiocytoma. Note the increased cellularity, fascicular appearance and focal extension into the subcutis.
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Figure 137.14
Typical clinical appearance of an atypical fibroxanthoma with a polypoid architecture.
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Figure 137.18
A dermal collection of thick‐ and thin‐walled blood vessels in a typical case of cirsoid aneurysm.
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Figure 137.22
Typical haemorrhagic appearance of an angiosarcoma.
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Figure 137.26
Clinical appearance of a glomus tumour.
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Figure 137.30
Multiple soft papules, typical of neurofibroma in a patient with neurofibromatosis type 1.
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Figure 137.34
Cellular neurothekeoma. Nests of epithelioid cells in the background of a hyalinized stroma. In cases with cytological atypia and mitotic activity, co...
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Figure 137.38
Large cells with prominent granular cell change in a case of dermal non‐neural granular cell tumour.
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Figure 137.3
Clinical appearance of an acquired digital fibrokeratoma.
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Figure 137.7
Recurrent abdominal dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans.
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Figure 137.11
Aneurysmal fibrous histiocytoma. Prominent haemorrhage and cavernous‐like spaces obscure the typical background of a fibrous histiocytoma.
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Figure 137.15
Tufted angioma. Multiple circumscribed vascular lobiules in a ‘cannonball’ distribution in the dermis.
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Figure 137.19
Vascular channels lined by epithelioid endothelial cells with abundant pink cytoplasm in a case of epithelioid haemangioma.
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Figure 137.23
(a,b) Histopathology of atypical vascular proliferation after radiotherapy.
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Figure 137.27
 Histological appearance of an amputation neuroma. Small nerves proliferate in the dermis in a background of fibrosis.
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Figure 137.31
Irregular poorly formed nerves in a plexiform neurofibroma.
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Figure 137.35
Prominent pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia mimicking a squamous cell carcinoma in a case of granular cell tumour.
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Figure 137.4
Typical tissue culture‐like appearance of nodular fasciitis with prominent myxoid background.
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Figure 137.8
Typical pseudovascular spaces focally lined by multinucleated cells in a case of giant cell fibroblastoma.
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Figure 137.12
Clinical appearance of a fibrous histiocytoma or dermatofibroma.
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Figure 137.16
Typical lobules of capillaries in a myxoid background in a case of pyogenic granuloma.
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Figure 137.20
Epithelioid haemangioma, or angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia. (Courtesy of and copyright of Dr R. H. Champion, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cam...
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Figure 137.24
Numerous vascular channels surrounded by layers of pericytes in an onion‐ring distribution in a case of myopericytoma.
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Figure 137.28
Sharply demarcated dermal nodule in a case of solitary circumscribed neuroma.
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Figure 137.32
Clinical appearance of a plexiform neurofibroma.
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Figure 137.36
Pathology of leiomyoma, showing spindle‐shaped cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm arranged in bundles closely resembling the arrector pili muscle.