Properties for Matched Tumor/ Normal Human Ovary Tissue Lysates (Papillary Cystadenocarcinoma)
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T5-011-N-1: Human ovary normal tissue lysate (matched).
Diagnosis: Papillary Cystadenocarcinoma, Sex: Female, Age: 50.
Gross findings: Tumors, size 4 and 6 cm diameter, moderately differentiated.
Cut section shows a cyst with thick wall, containing white-yellow fluid and soft, white to red solid component.
Microscopic findings: Tumor is composed of a cyst with fibrous-vascular connective tissue wall. The lining cells have basophilic, irregular nuclei and abundant cytoplasm. Nuclear chromatin is coarse with prominent nucleoli. Mitoses are evident. The tumor cells form papillary structures or clusters, invading the capsule. The stroma show many congestive blood vessels and inflammatory cell reactions including lymphocytes and histocytes.