Staghorn blood vessels

Case contributed by Dr Dimitrios Toumpanakis
Pathology

Numerous thin-walled, branching staghorn blood vessels are surrounded by small oval to slight fusiform cells with indistinct cell borders. A tissue sample from a pelvic metastasis of an intracranial solitary fibrous tumor (hemangiopericytoma).

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