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Figure 6: Primary mucinous carcinoma of the skin. (a) Tumor is present in the dermis with cells floating in abundant extracellular mucin (HE, ×40). (b) Small nests of tumor cells with hyperchromatic nuclei (HE, ×200). The tumor cells show (c) cytokeratin 7 (×100), (d) estrogen receptor (×200), (e) progesterone receptor (×100), and (f) GATA3 (×200)

Figure 6: Primary mucinous carcinoma of the skin. (a) Tumor is present in the dermis with cells floating in abundant extracellular mucin (HE, ×40). (b) Small nests of tumor cells with hyperchromatic nuclei (HE, ×200). The tumor cells show (c) cytokeratin 7 (×100), (d) estrogen receptor (×200), (e) progesterone receptor (×100), and (f) GATA3 (×200)