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Histopathology of the uterine cervix - digital atlas

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Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: below an intact squamous epithelium, a mixture of undifferentiated spindle-shaped cells and scattered muscle fibres in various stages of differentiation within a more or less myxoid matrix.
Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: scattered muscle fibres in various stages of differentiation within a more or less myxoid matrix (detail of the previous picture).
Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: scattered muscle fibres in various stages of differentiation within a more or less myxoid matrix (detail of the previous picture).
Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: 2 multi-nucleated muscle fibres (arrows) within a myxoid matrix.
Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: multi-nucleated muscle fibres within a myxoid matrix also containing a vessel.
Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: immunohistochemistry, anti-desmin antibody: cytoplasmic positivity of the tumour cells.
Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: immunohistochemistry, anti-desmin antibody: strong cytoplasmic positivity of the tumour cells (higher magnification).
Uterine cervix rhabdomyoma: immunohistochemistry, anti-desmin antibody: strong cytoplasmic labelling of the tumour cells (higher magnification).
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