† We studied a sweat gland tumor by light and electron microscopy that displayed both well-differentiated glandular areas and an anaplastic spindle cell component suggestive of neuroendocrine differentiation. The Merkel cell or a primitive pleuropotential cell is considered to be the most likely cell of origin for this tumor.
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