AMF (S1c20t3P7)

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Fig. c20t3P51: The plump, rounded blue cells are “myxoblasts” (alcian blue stain).


Fig. c10t3P52: the plump, rounded red cells are “myxoblasts.”The mucinous changes are focal in a background that is fibrous and loosely cellular. In the fibrous portions the fibroblasts are triangular in outline. There are scattered hemosiderin deposits.

Fig. c10t3P53: small immunoreactive cells are among plump, tumor cells of a whorl. The matrix of a whorl generally is fiber-poor and mucinous (KP-1).

Fig. c10t3P54: Plump tumor cells are immunoreactive (alpha-1-anti-chymotrypsin). Histiocytes are more intensely stained.

Fig. c10t3P55: With a reticulum stain, individual cells are surrounded by reticular fibers; the reticular fibers are coarse. A whorl of cells is represented to the left of the center of the field.

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