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The classic histologic appearance consists of a uniform population of tumor cells with ample clear cytoplasm (due to glycogen content), prominent cell membranes, and a large nucleus with a prominent nucleolus. The tumor cells are arranged in small nests or clusters separated by fibrous trabeculae containing lymphocytes and plasma cells. Higher magnification of the previous image.

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