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Figure 1: Infiltrative ductal carcinoma (IDC), of no special type (a). IDC, tubular dilatation with mild epithelial hyperplasia and an incidental neurofibroma (arrow) in the same section (b). Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasiaPASH lesion characterized by cleft-like spaces, lined by flat cells (c), positive to CD34 antigen (d). Cutaneous neurofibroma (e) positive to S-100 protein (f). (a: H and E, ×100; b: H and E, ×20; c: H and E, ×100, inset ×400; d: IHC, ×100; e: H and E, ×20, inset ×100; f: IHC:, ×100)

Figure 1: Infiltrative ductal carcinoma (IDC), of no special type (a). IDC, tubular dilatation with mild epithelial hyperplasia and an incidental neurofibroma (arrow) in the same section (b). Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasiaPASH lesion characterized by cleft-like spaces, lined by flat cells (c), positive to CD34 antigen (d). Cutaneous neurofibroma (e) positive to S-100 protein (f). (a: H and E, ×100; b: H and E, ×20; c: H and E, ×100, inset ×400; d: IHC, ×100; e: H and E, ×20, inset ×100; f: IHC:, ×100)