Limits of fine-needle aspiration cytology in diagnosing pilomatrixoma: A series of 25 cases with clinico-pathologic correlations
Indian Journal of Dermatology, 05/08/2012Ieni A et al.
The experience of a well–trained cytopathologist should distinguish the relevant FNA features in terms of smear background, architecture, and cell morphology. The most dangerous mistake in FNA diagnosis of Pilomatrixoma (PMX) regards a diagnosis of primary malignant or metastatic cutaneous lesions.
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