This lesion caught my eye because at the edge it looks like a pilomatrixoma, with ghost cells and prominent foreign body giant cell response. The bulk of the lesion is a typical mixed tumor or chondroid syringoma. A few cells along the ducts showed some sebaceous differentiation as well. These mixed tumors are appropriately named, as they present with a mixed bag of tricks. It might lead to misdiagnosis in a small sample. These findings are reported in current textbooks, but a nice reference on this goes back to 1984 with an article by Dr. Ron Rapini. His case was better because it showed some basaloid cells with transition to the ghost cells. I noticed at the bottom of his paper it was sponsored by a grant from the Dermatology Foundation. This demonstrates the value of joining this foundation, as the foundation has supported some outstanding people early in their career.