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Figure 3: (a) Cellulitic-type appearance with multiple nodules in metastatic breast cancer of the shoulder and upper back. (b) Merkel cell carcinoma reveals neoplastic cells in the dermis. A CAM 5.2 stain reveals perinuclear staining (original magnification, 400×).(c) Metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of the skin reveals neoplastic cells in the dermis (cytokeratin 5/6 stain; original magnification, 100×). (d) Neoplastic cells are noted in the dermis. A HER2/neu stain is positive and decorates the neoplastic cells in the dermis indicating possible metastasis from breast carcinoma (original magnification, 200×)

Figure 3: (a) Cellulitic-type appearance with multiple nodules in metastatic breast cancer of the shoulder and upper back. (b) Merkel cell carcinoma reveals neoplastic cells in the dermis. A CAM 5.2 stain reveals perinuclear staining (original magnification, 400×).(c) Metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of the skin reveals neoplastic cells in the dermis (cytokeratin 5/6 stain; original magnification, 100×). (d) Neoplastic cells are noted in the dermis. A HER2/neu stain is positive and decorates the neoplastic cells in the dermis indicating possible metastasis from breast carcinoma (original magnification, 200×)