Densely hypercell...
Densely hypercellular tumour. Tumour cells have markedly pleomorphic round oval and angulated vesicular nuclei many with conspicuous nucleoli and a variable amount of pale cytoplasm. The cytoplasm of scattered cells contains finely granular and globular black/brown pigment. Frequent mitotic figures are identified and there are several foci of tumour necrosis. Tumour is sharply demarcated from a narrow rim of adjacent included brain parenchyma
Modality: Pathology (H&E)

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