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From: Four different malignancies in one patient: a case report

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A-Invazive ductal carcinoma; Glandular differentiation is apparent as tubular structures with central lumina. A proportion of tumour cells are arranged in cords, clusters and trabeculae (HE ×10), B- Poorly differentiated serous carcinoma glandular and papillary architecture of tumour. The glands are typically irregular and slit-like (HE ×10), C- Intraductal carcinoma with cribriform and micropapillary pattern (HE ×40), D- Undifferantiate neuroendocrine carcinoma; sheets of polygonal, round cells with salt and pepper nuclei and numerous mitotic figures (HE ×10).

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