Rhabdoid sarcoma is an uncommon tumor that most frequently arises in the kidney. Congenital lesions have been documented in only a few cases. Primary or metastatic disease of the skin or subcutis is rare. We report the first case of congenital rhabdoid sarcoma that arose as a subcutaneous tumor in a neonate. Cutaneous metastases were present.
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