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Case Number : CT0007 Admin_Dermpath

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Female 78 years, rapidly growing purple plaque on cheek.


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Phillip McKee - Yes, angiosarcoma. There really isn't any differential diagnosis. Have a great weekend. Phillip

Amira Tawdy - Angiosarcoma

Eman El-Nabarawy - Dear sir,we are waiting for the answer of the very difficult yesterday case.thanks.

Juan Carlos Garcés - Angiosarcoma

Pablo Ortega - agree with all

Luis Briones - WELL DIFFERENTIATED ANGIOSARCOMA

Bostjan Luzar - Retiform growth pattern, mostly lined by a single layer of endothelial cells. However, Fig 3 shows nuclear hyperchromasia and possibly multilayering, therefore angiosarcoma seems to be the only option.

Francisco Vilchez - Angiosarcoma

ANDREW DANCKWERTS - WELL DIFFERENTIATED ANGIOSARCOMA.

Marwa Fawzi - Angiosarcoma

Marcela Saeb Lima - Angiosarcoma

Mona Abdel Halim - Well differentiated angiosarcoma..

Mona Abdel Halim - Well differentiated angiosarcoma..

Eman El-Nabarawy - Angiosarcoma.
 

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