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Mesoblastic Nephroma : References

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About this image: Intermediate power view of a classic mesoblastic nephroma showing intersecting bundles of spindle cells creating an appearance reminiscent of fibromatosis. Entrapped glomeruli and tubules can also be seen. Some cases contain islands of hyaline cartilage and extramedullary hematopoiesis.

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