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Figure 2: Microscopic images. (a) Microscopy revealed cystic spaces in the dermis and subcutis, containing eosinophilic, amorphous, granular material, extruding through epidermal craters (arrow) H and E ×40. (b). High-power view of the extruded material H and E ×400. (c) There was an exuberant myofibroblastic proliferation and foreign body giant cell reaction. H and E ×200. (d) Massons trichrome highlighted the collagen in the extruded material in green color ×400. (e) Verhoeff-van Gieson stain for elastin was negative ×400

Figure 2: Microscopic images. (a) Microscopy revealed cystic spaces in the dermis and subcutis, containing eosinophilic, amorphous, granular material, extruding through epidermal craters (arrow) H and E ×40. (b). High-power view of the extruded material H and E ×400. (c) There was an exuberant myofibroblastic proliferation and foreign body giant cell reaction. H and E ×200. (d)<b></b> Massons trichrome highlighted the collagen in the extruded material in green color ×400. (e) Verhoeff-van Gieson stain for elastin was negative ×400