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Figure 1: H- and E-stained microphotographs. Fibrofatty mass of breast tissue section showing ductal epithelial component which retained normal bilayered epithelial lining (C). Syncytial sheets of tumor cells which are poorly differentiated and with high nuclear-cytoplasmic (N/C) ratio, vesicular nuclei, and with moderate eosinophilic cytoplasm (S1). Malignant infiltration of tumor cells which are well differentiated and arranged in irregular tubular pattern with large hyperchromatic nuclei and moderate eosinophilic cytoplasm (S2). Moderately differentiated tumor cells are arranged in sheets and cords and singly with pleomorphic hyperchromatic nuclei (S3). Poorly differentiated malignant tumor cells are arranged in sheets and cells invading adipose tissue are seen (S4)

Figure 1: H- and E-stained microphotographs. Fibrofatty mass of breast tissue section showing ductal epithelial component which retained normal bilayered epithelial lining (C). Syncytial sheets of tumor cells which are poorly differentiated and with high nuclear-cytoplasmic (N/C) ratio, vesicular nuclei, and with moderate eosinophilic cytoplasm (S1). Malignant infiltration of tumor cells which are well differentiated and arranged in irregular tubular pattern with large hyperchromatic nuclei and moderate eosinophilic cytoplasm (S2). Moderately differentiated tumor cells are arranged in sheets and cords and singly with pleomorphic hyperchromatic nuclei (S3). Poorly differentiated malignant tumor cells are arranged in sheets and cells invading adipose tissue are seen (S4)