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Male, 47 years old with painless,
slow growing nodule of approximately
3 cm in largest diameter, located in the
subcutis of the shoulder. No history of
trauma was recorded at that level.
Clinical diagnosis: lipoma.

Gross: Masses of gray mucoid material
admixed with some fragments of adipose tissue.

Microscopy: Five images.

Immunohistochemical study:
Positive for CD-34.
Negative for keratins, protein S-100,
vascular markers, MIB-1 and protein p53.

What is your diagnosis?

Please reply to:
Dr. Antonio F. Conde Martín
Pathologist
Hospital Can Misses
Ibiza. Spain.
E-Mail:
aconde@hcm-ibiza.es
 

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