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Figure 2: (a) Biopsy specimens taken from chest showed superficial infiltration by small to large-sized atypical lymphoid cells with epidermotropism (H and E, ×200). (b) The atypical cells were positive for CD4 (×100). (c) The atypical cells were positive for CD56 (×100). (d) The atypical cells were positive for GranB (×200). (e) Biopsy specimens taken from scalp showed a patchy and diffuse infiltration of intermediate-sized to large atypical lymphoid cells into dermis and subcutaneous tissue with epidermotropism (H and E, ×200). (f) The atypical cells were positive EBER in situ hybridization (×200)

Figure 2: (a) Biopsy specimens taken from chest showed superficial infiltration by small to large-sized atypical lymphoid cells with epidermotropism (H and E, ×200). (b) The atypical cells were positive for CD4 (×100). (c) The atypical cells were positive for CD56 (×100). (d) The atypical cells were positive for GranB (×200). (e) Biopsy specimens taken from scalp showed a patchy and diffuse infiltration of intermediate-sized to large atypical lymphoid cells into dermis and subcutaneous tissue with epidermotropism (H and E, ×200). (f) The atypical cells were positive EBER <i>in situ</i> hybridization (×200)