Figure 2.

Histopathology. (A) Predominant solid area consisted of cells separated by fibrous bands forming fine lobules. (B) Broad fibrous bands dividing the tumour into prominent lobules. (C) Nest of cells separated by a fine vascular network. (D) Clear-cytoplasm cells forming broad trabeculae. (E) Capsular invasion. (F) Tumour infiltrating renal capsule without renal tissue invasion (renal cortex visible on the left). (G) Central part of the tumour with a large haemorrhage. (H) Medium-diameter artery cross-section obliterated with necrotic tumour mass. (I) Thrombus from the inferior vena cava consisting of tumour mass with necrosis, intermingled with fibrin.

Fulawka et al. Diagnostic Pathology 2014 9:51   doi:10.1186/1746-1596-9-51
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