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Description:This highly magnified micrograph depicts the usual histopathologic changes found in a Kaposi’s sarcoma lesion.
This skin biopsy of a Kaposi's sarcoma lesion reveals the usual dermal infiltrate of spindle-shaped cells that represents young fibroblasts. In more recent years, the vast majority of cases of Kaposi’s sarcoma are found in patients with AIDS.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Dr. Steve Kraus
Creation Date:1981
Photo Credit:
CDC Organization
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