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Figure 2: Microscopic features of the resected tumor, Hematoxylin and eosin staining (a-f). Photomicrographs showing tumor tissue composed predominantly of hypo or slightly cellular lobules with myxochondroid apperance (a and b, × 40) which are separated by fi broblast-like spindle cells (c, × 100). The tumor cytomorphology: atypical neoplastic chondrocytes with small hyperchromatic nuclei surrounded by abundant cytoplasm (d, × 100 and e, × 200). Enlarged, binucleated atypical cells with an increased nuclear-to-cytoplasmic ratio and nuclear chromatin distribution irregularities (f, × 400)

Figure 2: Microscopic features of the resected tumor, Hematoxylin and eosin staining (a-f). Photomicrographs showing tumor tissue composed predominantly of hypo or slightly cellular lobules with myxochondroid apperance (a and b, × 40) which are separated by fi broblast-like spindle cells (c, × 100). The tumor cytomorphology: atypical neoplastic chondrocytes with small hyperchromatic nuclei surrounded by abundant cytoplasm (d, × 100 and e, × 200). Enlarged, binucleated atypical cells with an increased nuclear-to-cytoplasmic ratio and nuclear chromatin distribution irregularities (f, × 400)