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Figure 2: The pathohistological findings of the patient's liver tumor biopsy. (a) Hematoxylin and eosin staining, 200X. The tumor was hypercellular and composed of the pleomorphic spindle to ovoid cells with indistinct cell border and large hyperchromatic ovoid nuclei, arranged in nests and trabeculae separated by a rich vasculature, including some staghorn-like branching blood vessels. Interlacing collagen fibers were discernible. (b) Tumor cells were diffusely positive for STAT-6, ×200

Figure 2: The pathohistological findings of the patient's liver tumor biopsy. (a) Hematoxylin and eosin staining, 200X. The tumor was hypercellular and composed of the pleomorphic spindle to ovoid cells with indistinct cell border and large hyperchromatic ovoid nuclei, arranged in nests and trabeculae separated by a rich vasculature, including some staghorn-like branching blood vessels. Interlacing collagen fibers were discernible. (b) Tumor cells were diffusely positive for STAT-6, ×200