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Case Number : Case 2157 - 14 September 2018 Posted By: Dr. Richard Carr

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F14. Family name South Asia. Scalp. Longstanding polypoid growth.

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vincenzo

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BAP1-neg atypical Spitz nevus ( first spot ).

Reticulohistiocytoma , if not melanocytic lesion.

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Krishnakumar subramanian

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epithelioid cells with prominent nucleoli, dense infiltration with lymphocytes

could it be BAPOMA

melanoma-with epithelioid cell type

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Anil Patki

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I think this is oncocytic metaplasia in a congenital melanocytic nevus. There are some bipolar melanocytes in the dermis and periadnexal as well as perivascular distribution of melanocytes. Development of melanoma in a congenital melanocytic nevus is another possibility.

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Krishnakumar subramanian

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it appears the epithelioid cells have a rhabdoid appearance

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Krishnakumar subramanian

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Dear sir what is the final diagnosis

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Anil Patki

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Patience dear Krishna,  Richard likes everybody to play a waiting game,  especially when the case is difficult! 

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favour histiocytic lesion, but would need immunos to exclude an atypical spitzoid lesion. Can't see any emperipolesis as was considering Rosai Dorfman. probable reticulohistiocytoma. as the cytoplasm does look glassy

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Alice Roberts

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Looks atypical. But perhaps within the spectrum of a reticulohistiocytoma/xanthogranuloma.  I don’t like the ulceration but may be traumatic.  Before reading clinical, I was entertaining melanoma.

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