Figure 1: Benign glandular areas with bland nuclear features within the mucinous ovarian cystic neoplasm. (H&E x 400).
Figure 2: Borderline areas of mucinous neoplasm to the right showing increased cellular proliferation, stratification of the lining epithelium and moderate nuclear atypia. Note the intestinal type epithelium with goblet cells. (H&E x 400).
Figure 3: Ovarian cystic neoplasm showing a fibrocollagenous cyst wall lined by tumor tissue a malignant complex glandular architecture.Necrotic debris seen within the glands. (H&E x 100).
Figure 4: High power magnification of malignant areas showing a florid papillary to glandular architecture with hyperchromatic, pleomorphic malignant mucinous epithelial cells.(H&E x 400).
Figure 5: Extensive areas of necrosis composed of tumor cell debris and sprinkled inflammatory cells. (H&E x 400).
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