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Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): radical hysterectomy.
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): appearance at low magnification.
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): frond-like papillae and well differentiated squamous epithelium.
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): the lesion is composed of well-differentiated squamous cell arranged in frond-like papillae with rare neoplastic cells invading the inflammatory connective tissue.
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): regular contour of epithelial fronds. Lack of significant cytonuclear atypia. Some mitoses may be found in the lower layers.
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): the epithelial nests lack significant cellular atypia, some mitoses may be found in the lower layers. Minute tongue of neoplastic epithelium projecting into the stroma (ellipse).
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): frond-like papillae with marked keratinization.
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): very well-differentiated squamous cells with regular contour of epithelial fronds and some dyskeratosis (arrow).
Verrucous carcinoma (former Buschke-Lowenstein tumour): higher magnification of the dyskeratosis (arrow).
Invasive verrucous carcinoma: epidermoid nests with essentially normal squamous differentiation and few minimal cellular abnormalities.
Invasive verrucous carcinoma: epidermoid nests with essentially normal squamous differentiation and some cellular abnormalities. Invasion of the stroma by some neoplastic cells. (arrow)
Invasive verrucous carcinoma: epidermoid nests with essentially normal squamous differentiation and few cellular abnormalities.
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