Osteosarcoma - conventional (histology)
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An H&E image from a case of conventional osteosarcoma involving proximal tibia. Other areas had cartilaginous and giant celled morphology. In addition to mitosis (upper left) and cellular atypia (everywhere), which are usual; one should see the atypical osteoid (upper right) to make the diagnosis. The patient was a 14-year-old boy.
Author: Bulent Celasun, MD.
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