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Figure 1: Histopathological types: Epithelioid mesothelioma: (a-d) Tubular pattern. (10×; 20×, 20×; 40×). (e and f) Papillary and diffuse pattern (10×; 40×.). (g and h) Solid pattern. (20×; 40×). (i and j) Papillary pattern (20×; 40×). Deciduoid mesothelioma (k and l), showing large tumor cells with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm. Few cells showing binucleation. (20×; 40×). Biphasic mesothelioma (m and n) consists of epithelial component admixed with spindle cell component (20×; 40×). Sarcomatoid mesothelioma (o and p) showing high cellularity, plump spindle cells with elongated nuclei and mitosis (10×; 40×)

Figure 1: Histopathological types: Epithelioid mesothelioma: (a-d) Tubular pattern. (10×; 20×, 20×; 40×). (e and f) Papillary and diffuse pattern (10×; 40×.). (g and h) Solid pattern. (20×; 40×). (i and j) Papillary pattern (20×; 40×). Deciduoid mesothelioma (k and l), showing large tumor cells with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm. Few cells showing binucleation. (20×; 40×). Biphasic mesothelioma (m and n) consists of epithelial component admixed with spindle cell component (20×; 40×). Sarcomatoid mesothelioma (o and p) showing high cellularity, plump spindle cells with elongated nuclei and mitosis (10×; 40×)