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Microscopic examination revealed a circumscribed mass with numerous vessels lined by eosinophilic cells with prominent nuclei. These cells exhibited cytoplasmic vacuoles as in Case 1.
The tumor cells are large polygonal cells with prominent nuclei and cytoplasmic vacuoles (Hematoxylin and Eosin staining, x40) (a).
The combination of infiltrative pattern, abundant cytoplasm, and S-100 expression in GCT may mimic melanoma, but the granular cytoplasm, small nuclei, and lack of prominent nuclei, as well as the lack of HMB45 and Melan-A expression, in GCT are distinguishing features.
They have dense cytoplasm and prominent nuclei. They are divided periclinally, cause to formation of inner sporogenous cells and outer parietal cells.
Each seminiferous tubule is lined by several layers of cells, which when viewed under high power magnification reveals an indistinct cell boundary and prominent nuclei. The outer rows of nuclei belong to sustentacular cells and spermatogonia.
In transverse sections cut at the level of the anterior spiracles, the epithelium of the pharynx consists of a single layer of flat cells with prominent nuclei. Their cell membranes are indistinguishable, hence the epithelium appears syncytial.
The cells were large, had eosinophilic cytoplasm, irregular nuclear membranes and prominent nuclei. [Fig 2] Few mitotic figures were also seen.
Neoplastic cells showed enlarged and prominent nuclei. Mitotic figures were numerous (Fig.4).