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Figure 4: Microphotograph showing carcinoma in situ cervix (H and E, ×200) (a), cervical stroma invaded by large cell non keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma (H and E ×200) (b), endometrial surface replaced by similar tumor (H and E ×200) (c), tumor is invading myometrium (H and E ×200) (d)

Figure 4: Microphotograph showing carcinoma <i>in situ</i> cervix (H and E, ×200) (a), cervical stroma invaded by large cell non keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma (H and E ×200) (b), endometrial surface replaced by similar tumor (H and E ×200) (c), tumor is invading myometrium (H and E ×200) (d)