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Fig. c13t3D10: With an immunohistochemical reaction for S-100 protein, the positive dendritic cells are present among round cells in the clusters.


Fig. c13t3D11: The phenotypic options of adventitial myxofibroblastoma include cellular patterns, myxoid pattterns, and fibrosing patterns.


Fig. c13t3D12: In fibrous lesions, the fibrous component often partitions more cellular components.


Fig. c13t3D13:This is a representation of the distinctive vessels often found in adventitial myxofibroblastoma.


Fig. c13t3D14: The concept of connective tissue activation is represented. The options include mucinosis and sclerosis.


Fig. c13t3D15: Lytic defects are common as a variation in pattern. Lymphocytes and histiocytes are loosely arranged in the defects (to the left).


Fig. c13t3R1: Five additional references are listed.

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