Cat-scratch disease usually presents with a skin lesion (7 to 12 days after contact) and enlargement of regional lymph nodes. The patient in this case was a 40 y/o male who presented with a 6.0 cm right axillary mass. He had history of being scratched by a cat on the right arm. The image shows multiple microabscesses of varying sizes (pink areas).
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