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Figure 2: (a) Two types of cell populations seen-one of apocrine morphology on the left and the other of eccrine morphology on the right. Attempted tubule formation is seen (arrow) (Giemsa, ×400); (b) Few singly scattered cells showing prominent sectretory activity (Giemsa, ×1000); (c) Tumor composed of numerous irregularly shaped, closely packed tubules, few of which are cystically dilated with short papillary projections extending into the lumina (H and E, ×100)

Figure 2: (a) Two types of cell populations seen-one of apocrine morphology on the left and the other of eccrine morphology on the right. Attempted tubule formation is seen (arrow) (Giemsa, ×400); (b) Few singly scattered cells showing prominent sectretory activity (Giemsa, ×1000); (c) Tumor composed of numerous irregularly shaped, closely packed tubules, few of which are cystically dilated with short papillary projections extending into the lumina (H and E, ×100)