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Figures 1: (a and b) Photomicrograph showing an unencapsulated vascular lesion in the reticular dermis with overlying hyperplastic epidermis surrounding an epidermal inclusion cyst (hematoxylin and eosin) (a: 20×; b: 40×). (c and d) The vascular lesion showing relatively monomorphic epithelioid cells having a polygonal shape, central to eccentric nuclei, vesicular chromatin, one to two prominent nucleoli, and abundant amount of glassy eosinophilic to clear vacuolated cytoplasm (hematoxylin and eosin) (c: 100×; d: 400×)

Figures 1: (a and b) Photomicrograph showing an unencapsulated vascular lesion in the reticular dermis with overlying hyperplastic epidermis surrounding an epidermal inclusion cyst (hematoxylin and eosin) (a: 20×; b: 40×). (c and d) The vascular lesion showing relatively monomorphic epithelioid cells having a polygonal shape, central to eccentric nuclei, vesicular chromatin, one to two prominent nucleoli, and abundant amount of glassy eosinophilic to clear vacuolated cytoplasm (hematoxylin and eosin) (c: 100×; d: 400×)