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Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph showing multiple subcutaneous nodular lesions over left shin (tibia) and lateral side of left leg. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging displaying hyperintense subcutaneous lesion (arrowhead) in the left lower leg. (c) Computed tomography scan showing a lytic lesion (arrowhead) in the left tibia. (d). Histopathological findings. Cellular spindle cell tumor below the epidermis (H and E, × 100). (e) Plump, spindle-shaped tumor cells containing abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm and interspersed inflammatory cells (H and E, × 200)

Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph showing multiple subcutaneous nodular lesions over left shin (tibia) and lateral side of left leg. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging displaying hyperintense subcutaneous lesion (arrowhead) in the left lower leg. (c) Computed tomography scan showing a lytic lesion (arrowhead) in the left tibia. (d). Histopathological findings. Cellular spindle cell tumor below the epidermis (H and E, × 100). (e) Plump, spindle-shaped tumor cells containing abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm and interspersed inflammatory cells (H and E, × 200)