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Figure 5: (a-d) H and E photomicrographs showed a tumor with repetitive arrangement of micro-follicles as seen in lower magnification (×40). Higher magnifications (×400) demonstrate the characteristic nuclear features of hyperchromasia, clearing, and occasional grooves, suggestive of a Follicular variant of papillary carcinoma. The neoplastic cells show membranous and cytoplasmic positivity for CK19, CK7, and thyroglobulin

Figure 5: (a-d) H and E photomicrographs showed a tumor with repetitive arrangement of micro-follicles as seen in lower magnification (×40). Higher magnifications (×400) demonstrate the characteristic nuclear features of hyperchromasia, clearing, and occasional grooves, suggestive of a Follicular variant of papillary carcinoma. The neoplastic cells show membranous and cytoplasmic positivity for CK19, CK7, and thyroglobulin