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Figure 2: Histopathological investigation: (a) Histopathology stain of the skin biopsy revealed tumor cell infiltration to the dermis (H and E, ×100); (b) monomorphic, poorly-differentiated, medium-sized tumor cells (H and E, ×400); immunohistochemical stain of skin biopsy revealed (c) positive for CD4 (×100), (d) positive for CD56 (×100), and (e) negative for myeloperoxidase (×100); (f) immunohistochemical stain of neck lymph node biopsy revealed negative for EBER (×200), but (g) positive for CD123 (×200).

Figure 2: Histopathological investigation: (a) Histopathology stain of the skin biopsy revealed tumor cell infiltration to the dermis (H and E, ×100); (b) monomorphic, poorly-differentiated, medium-sized tumor cells (H and E, ×400); immunohistochemical stain of skin biopsy revealed (c) positive for CD4 (×100), (d) positive for CD56 (×100), and (e) negative for myeloperoxidase (×100); (f) immunohistochemical stain of neck lymph node biopsy revealed negative for EBER (×200), but (g) positive for CD123 (×200).