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Figure 4: (a) Lymph node from right pelvic lymph node dissection packet demonstrating metastatic endocrine tumor (arrowed; ×40). (b) Cell nuclei are relatively uniform and show stippled chromatin typical of endocrine tumors. (c) Ileum with primary tumor. Small bowel mucosa (arrowed sb) adjacent to tumor (arrowed; ×20). (d) Higher magnification of primary tumor seen in C (×200). (e) Solitary liver metastasis (arrowed) with adjacent normal liver (×200). (f) Strong diffuse staining of tumor cells with chromogranin (×400)

Figure 4: (a) Lymph node from right pelvic lymph node dissection packet demonstrating metastatic endocrine tumor (arrowed; ×40). (b) Cell nuclei are relatively uniform and show stippled chromatin typical of endocrine tumors. (c) Ileum with primary tumor. Small bowel mucosa (arrowed sb) adjacent to tumor (arrowed; ×20). (d) Higher magnification of primary tumor seen in C (×200). (e) Solitary liver metastasis (arrowed) with adjacent normal liver (×200). (f) Strong diffuse staining of tumor cells with chromogranin (×400)