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Squamous Cell Carcinoma : Gross

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Squamous cell carcinomas usually arise centrally in a main or lobar bronchus and appear as a large hilar or perihilar mass.

In this image, the tumor appears as multifocal yellowish-white, granular areas on the bronchial mucosa with infiltration into the adjacent lung parenchyma. The center of the image shows a hilar lymph node with tumor deposits.

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