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A case of giant chondroid syringoma
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Pages: 774-776
Year: Issue:  12
Journal: Journal of Clinical Dermatology

Keyword:  chondroid syringoma;
Abstract: We herein report a case of giant mixed tumor of the skin(also called chondroid syringoma). A 72-year-old man presented with painless, progressively enlarging swelling in his nasal root for over 4 years. Histologically, a well-demarcated neoplasm without definite capsule composed of basal-like cells was arranged in nodule form. There were plenty of high-differentiated sebaceous, sudoriferous duct, myoepithelium and keratinous squamous epithelium components in the fibromyxoid stroma areas. Alcian blue staining was positive. Immunohistochemistry, we got positive results for EMA, CEA, S-100 as well as the ki67 staining. According to features in both clinical and pathological, the patient can be diagnosed as mixed tumor of the skin. The patient received complete excision for treating.
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