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Skin Interwining bundles of collagen and fibroblasts

The following figure shows a firm nodule with pigmented acanthosis in a 36-y-old woman. In histology, interwining bundles of collagen and fibroblasts are characteristic.
What is the most likely diagnosis?
A) Epidermal inclusion cyst
B) Fibroepithelial polyp
C) Dertmatofibroma
D) Keratoacanthosis
E) Actinic keratosis

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Default dermatofibroma?

no idea!!


well its coming out from the dermis
and it has alot of fibrous tissues


so id go with dermato fibroma??
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No idea too

looks like it has a keratin pearl at the top , so might try

D ..........lol ....
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hmmm
blind guess E
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Answer is C.
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