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Choriocarcinoma : Microscopic Features

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Large areas of coagulative necrosis and hemorrhage as well as cystic degeneration are common in choriocarcinomas. In extensively necrotic tumor, thorough sampling may be needed to demonstrate the diagnostic cell types.

This image shows a small focus of viable tumor surrounded by hemorrhage and necrosis.

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