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Abstract Primary amelanotic melanoma of the vulva is extremely rare and it is a unique variant which is difficult to differentiate from other epithelial and nonepithelial malignancies due to absence of melanin pigmentation. It can be easily mistaken for other malignancies both clinically and...
Abstract Five percent of granular cell tumour occurs in the breast. They are benign in nature but mimick a carcinoma on imaging (mammography and breast ultrasound). We present radilogical and histopathological images of granular cell tumour in the breast.
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