Rare Image of Generalised Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the Skin Observed in the Service of Dermatology Venereology of Bangui, Central African Republic
A 40-year-old woman, consulted in Dermatology CNHU of Bangui on July 11, 2013 for generalized cutaneous nodules and tumors. The lesions were generalized including the scalp and under the tongue. They were in the form of hard nodules, motionless, variable size and tumors from 2 to 6 cm diameter. Some of which were ulcerated.
In her history, there was a flu-like syndrome in 2011 and a right maxillary tumor operated twice in February and May 2012 and whose first histological examination revealed a node lymph reaction then the second, a large cell lymphoma. Histology of a cutaneous nodule removed on July 16, 2013 showed: a skin tissue which the skin is preserved. The seat lesion in the dermis and hypodermis. It is made of a tumor proliferation and trabecular architecture nodular within a fibrous stroma. The bays are dug in places content in cavities giving hyaline cribriform appearance. The cells are monomorphic without mitosis, dense chromatin