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Figure 2: (a) Lymphovascular invasion – The tumor cells are seen invading a blood vessel. Also seen are RBCs within the vessel (H and E, ×40); (b) Axillary lymphnode metastasis – Section of a lymph node showing tumor deposit almost completely replacing the lymph node. Peripheral rim of normal lymphoid tissue is seen along with the capsule (H and E, ×40); (c) Tumor necrosis – Section shows IDC with wide areas of necrosis (H and E, ×100); (d) Stromal reaction - Section shows IDC with stroma showing extensive infiltration by lymphocytes (H and E, ×100)

Figure 2: (a) Lymphovascular invasion – The tumor cells are seen invading a blood vessel. Also seen are RBCs within the vessel (H and E, ×40); (b) Axillary lymphnode metastasis – Section of a lymph node showing tumor deposit almost completely replacing the lymph node. Peripheral rim of normal lymphoid tissue is seen along with the capsule (H and E, ×40); (c) Tumor necrosis – Section shows IDC with wide areas of necrosis (H and E, ×100); (d) Stromal reaction - Section shows IDC with stroma showing extensive infiltration by lymphocytes (H and E, ×100)