Skin nonmelanocytic tumor
Adnexal tumors
Hair follicles
Cutaneous lymphadenoma


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PubMed Search: Cutaneous lymphadenoma [title]


Christopher S. Hale, M.D.
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Definition / general
  • Rare neoplasm characterized by marked mononuclear infiltrate that appears to be integral component of tumor
  • May be related to eccrine spiradenoma
Case reports
Clinical images

Contributed by Mark R. Wick, M.D.


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Skin-colored, elastic-hard, well-demarcated nodule

Gross description
  • Firm, well-demarcated nodule
Microscopic (histologic) description
  • Multiple rounded lobules of basaloid cells with some peripheral palisading, focal keratinization, occasional duct formation and mixed with small lymphocytes
Microscopic (histologic) images

Contributed by Mark R. Wick, M.D.

Various images



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Cords, lobules, and interconnected strands

Immunohistochemical
stainings for
cutaneous
lymphadenoma

Formalin fixed
paraffin embedded
tissue samples

Positive stains
Negative stains
Differential diagnosis
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