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Case Number : Case 3014 - 25 January 2022 Posted By: Uma Sundram

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75 year old female with multiple lesions on the left leg.


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vincenzo

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Pilar leiomyomas. Useful a HP-magnification to watch to nucleoli, so we can rule out Hereditary Leiomyomatosis( FH-mutation related ). I’m not able to see the prominent nucleoli with clear perinucleolar space, at these magnifications. Maybe negative. 

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vincenzo

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Sorry. Not able to delete this comment. The above comment is my spot diagnosis. 

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Uma Sundram

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Our concern also was hereditary leiomyomatosis syndrome, which we could not exclude based on morphology. A reminder that multiple leiomyomata can be syndromic, and should prompt us to alert the clinician.

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