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Myopericytoma is a tumor with perivascular myoid cell differentiation generally presenting as a slowly growing circumscribed and occasionally multinodular dermal or subcutaneous mass of the extremities. The tumor cells assume a spindled appearance and are intimately associated with ectatic branching vessels. They should be completely excised as they have a tendency to recur.

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