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Figure 1: (a). Clinical photograph of tiny 1 × 1 × 0.5 cm nodule on the lateral aspect of right fourth toe (case 3). (b). Gross photograph of skin covered gray white nodule measuring 1.4 × 0.7 cm (case 4). (c). Microscopy showing intradermal proliferation of spindle cells with fascicles arranged perpendicular to the epidermis (HE, ×100). (d). High power magnification microscopy showing paranuclear eosinophilic inclusions resembling red blood cells (arrow) (HE, ×400). (e). Microscopy photograph of the Masson Trichrome stained slide highlighting the inclusions bright red (arrow) (×400). (f). Microscopy photograph of the PTAH stained slide highlighting inclusions purple (arrow) (×400)

Figure 1: (a). Clinical photograph of tiny 1 × 1 × 0.5 cm nodule on the lateral aspect of right fourth toe (case 3). (b). Gross photograph of skin covered gray white nodule measuring 1.4 × 0.7 cm (case 4). (c). Microscopy showing intradermal proliferation of spindle cells with fascicles arranged perpendicular to the epidermis (HE, ×100). (d). High power magnification microscopy showing paranuclear eosinophilic inclusions resembling red blood cells (arrow) (HE, ×400). (e). Microscopy photograph of the Masson Trichrome stained slide highlighting the inclusions bright red (arrow) (×400). (f). Microscopy photograph of the PTAH stained slide highlighting inclusions purple (arrow) (×400)