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Figure 138.1
Trichofolliculoma. A large central follicular structure from which immature follicular structures radiate.
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Figure 138.5
Lymphadenoma. Nests and lobules of epithelial cells with prominent infiltration by lymphocytes.
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Figure 138.9
Sebaceous adenoma. Small yellowish papule.
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Figure 138.13
Syringocystadenoma papilliferum. Papillary projections with a fibrovascular stroma.
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Figure 138.17
Poroma. Note the clear demarcation between the tumour and the neighbouring epidermis.
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Figure 138.21
Eruptive syringomas. Multiple tiny brownish or red lesions are often seen on the trunk and limbs.
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Figure 138.25
Eccrine spiradenoma. Ductal structures and intermixed pale and dark cells.
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Figure 138.29
Mucinous carcinoma. Nests of tumour cells surrounded by pools of mucin.
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Figure 138.33
Extramammary Paget disease of the vulva showing inflamed eczematous presentation.
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Figure 138.2
Typical example of a trichofolliculoma with a small tuft of hairs in the centre.
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Figure 138.6
Pilomatricoma. Lobules of basaloid cells intermixed with pale pink areas containing ghost cells (arrow).
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Figure 138.10
Sebaceous carcinoma. Ulcerated yellowish lesion of the eyelid.
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Figure 138.14
Syringocystadenoma papilliferum. Papular lesion with superficial erosion.
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Figure 138.18
Poroma. Note the red shiny surface, which often leads to misdiagnosis of a pyogenic granuloma.
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Figure 138.22
Hidradenoma. Red‐brown irregular papule.
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Figure 138.26
Eccrine spiradenoma. Extensive haemorrhage with or without ischaemic necrosis may result in rapid clinical growth. Only small areas of residual spirad...
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Figure 138.30
Pathology of Paget disease of the breast: note colonization of the epidermis with large pleomorphic cells.
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Figure 138.3
Trichoepithelioma. A lobular basaloid tumour with induction of stroma and immature follicular differentiation.
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Figure 138.7
Pilomatricoma. Small red firm papule.
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Figure 138.11
Apocrine hidrocystoma. Cystic cavity lined by cuboidal cells with pink cytoplasm and decapitation secretion.
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Figure 138.15
Hidradenoma papilliferum. Well‐circumscribed tumour with glands and papillary projections displaying apocrine differentiation.
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Figure 138.19
Syringoma. Typical ductal structures with a tadpole appearance.
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Figure 138.23
Cylindroma. Classical jigsaw‐puzzle architecture with tumour lobules displaying a thick basal membrane.
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Figure 138.27
Apocrine mixed tumour. Notice the apocrine glands with a surrounding myxoid/hyalinized stroma with fatty metaplasia.
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Figure 138.31
Paget disease of the nipple. Distant clinical view showing unilateral lesion.
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Figure 138.4
Multiple trichoepitheliomas on the central face.
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Figure 138.8
Sebaceous adenoma. Lobular lesion with prominent maturation in the centre and immature cells in the periphery.
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Figure 138.12
Apocrine hidrocystoma. Cystic translucent papule on the right inner canthus.
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Figure 138.16
Apocrine carcinoma. Prominent glands with decapitation secretion. Note the epidermotropism.
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Figure 138.20
Multiple syringomas on the upper cheek area.
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Figure 138.24
Cylindroma. Two large tumours on the head of an elderly woman.
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Figure 138.28
Microcystic adnexal carcinoma. Strands and small nests of bland epithelial cells with an infiltrative growth pattern.
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Figure 138.32
Paget disease of the nipple. Close‐up view showing erythema and well‐marked lateral edge of the lesion.