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Figure 6: (a) A histological examination from the biopsy of the surgery. On × 400 magnification, the biopsy shows hemorrhage and necrotic debris within the cystic lesion without endothelial lining. Within the cystic lesion, septa containing atypical stromal cell were identified. (b) On × 1000 magnification, shows atypical stromal cell with multiple nuclei, nuclear hyperchromasia, atypical mitoses, and pleomorphism (black arrow) with patch of hemorrhage in the spaces of the tissue. Osteoid formation is clearer in this image. Both the pathological anatomy examination consistent with telangiectatic osteosarcoma

Figure 6: (a) A histological examination from the biopsy of the surgery. On × 400 magnification, the biopsy shows hemorrhage and necrotic debris within the cystic lesion without endothelial lining. Within the cystic lesion, septa containing atypical stromal cell were identified. (b) On × 1000 magnification, shows atypical stromal cell with multiple nuclei, nuclear hyperchromasia, atypical mitoses, and pleomorphism (black arrow) with patch of hemorrhage in the spaces of the tissue. Osteoid formation is clearer in this image. Both the pathological anatomy examination consistent with telangiectatic osteosarcoma