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Figure 7: Pathological diagnosis: routine hematoxylin-eosin stained section of the skin of abdominal wall (a and b) revealed lymphocytic and granulomatous infiltration, with epithelioid macrophages and sparse eosinophils (original magnification: [100x] and [400x], resp.). Immunohistochemical study (c) showed positivity for CD3, a T-cell marker (original magnification: [100x]).