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Figure 2: Skin Biopsy, H and E stained Histology: (a) Diffuse dense infiltrate of tumor cells in superficial and reticular dermis and subcutis. Mild epidermotropism is seen (×40); (b) perivascular infiltration of atypical lymphoid cells in the dermis (×100); (c) periadnexal infiltration of atypical lymphoid cells in dermis and subcutaneous tissue (×200); (d) tumor compose of markedly atypical, large, pleomorphic epithelioid-like cells with marked nuclear pleomorphism, prominent nucleoli, and eosinophilic cytoplasm, along with immature cells resembling immunoblasts. Neural entrapment is seen (×400)

Figure 2: Skin Biopsy, H and E stained Histology: (a) Diffuse dense infiltrate of tumor cells in superficial and reticular dermis and subcutis. Mild epidermotropism is seen (×40); (b) perivascular infiltration of atypical lymphoid cells in the dermis (×100); (c) periadnexal infiltration of atypical lymphoid cells in dermis and subcutaneous tissue (×200); (d) tumor compose of markedly atypical, large, pleomorphic epithelioid-like cells with marked nuclear pleomorphism, prominent nucleoli, and eosinophilic cytoplasm, along with immature cells resembling immunoblasts. Neural entrapment is seen (×400)