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Figure 14: Granulosa cell tumor in a pelvic washing. (Upper left) Sheet of granulosa cells (Pap stain, ×400). (Lower right) Note the distinct nuclear grooves in some granulosa cells (Pap stain, ×400). (Upper right) The cell block demonstrates the microfollicular pattern of an adult-type granulosa cell tumor created by numerous small cavities (Call-Exner bodies) (H and E, ×200). (Lower right) Tumor cells in this case were immunoreactive for inhibin

Figure 14: Granulosa cell tumor in a pelvic washing. (Upper left) Sheet of granulosa cells (Pap stain, ×400). (Lower right) Note the distinct nuclear grooves in some granulosa cells (Pap stain, ×400). (Upper right) The cell block demonstrates the microfollicular pattern of an adult-type granulosa cell tumor created by numerous small cavities (Call-Exner bodies) (H and E, ×200). (Lower right) Tumor cells in this case were immunoreactive for inhibin