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Figure 2: Subcutaneous extension in dermatofibroma without gross skin surface change. (a, b) "Deep-penetrating dermatofibroma" showing dermal tumor extending into the subcutaneous layer. (c, d) "Pure subcutaneous dermatofibroma" without dermal involvement (hematoxylin– Eosin stain; a, c: ×40, b, d: ×100)

Figure 2: Subcutaneous extension in dermatofibroma without gross skin surface change. (a, b)