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Polish Journal of Pathology
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2/2011
vol. 62
 
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A case of cutaneous bronchogenic cyst in the scapular area

Yasuhiro Nakamura
,
Fumiyoshi Fujishima
,
Shigemi Ito
,
Kazuyuki Ishida
,
Satoko Sato
,
Mika Watanabe
,
Hiromu Tanaka
,
Masaki Nio
,
Hironobu Sasano

Pol J Pathol 2011; 2: 120-121
Online publish date: 2011/08/18
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Cutaneous bronchogenic anomalies are rare. We report a 4-year-old boy who presented with a tumour and relapsing infection in the right scapular region. Histopathological examination of this tumour revealed a subcutaneous cystic legion formed by ciliated columnar epithelium with smooth muscle bundles and squamous epithelium with sebaceous glands.
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cutaneous bronchogenic cyst, scapular area

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