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Figure 2: (a) Endometrial aspirate shows back-to-back tubular glands with the absence of intervening stroma, increased nuclear hyperchromasia, and nuclear stratification. Other areas showed squamous differentiation, (b) section from hysterectomy specimen showed an endometrioid adenocarcinoma with infiltration into myometrium (focal micropapillary architecture is seen), (c) P40 staining in the squamous areas of endometrial aspirate shows strong nuclear staining, (d) strong nuclear staining with estrogen receptor antibody is also seen in tumor (endometrial aspirate)

Figure 2: (a) Endometrial aspirate shows back-to-back tubular glands with the absence of intervening stroma, increased nuclear hyperchromasia, and nuclear stratification. Other areas showed squamous differentiation, (b) section from hysterectomy specimen showed an endometrioid adenocarcinoma with infiltration into myometrium (focal micropapillary architecture is seen), (c) P40 staining in the squamous areas of endometrial aspirate shows strong nuclear staining, (d) strong nuclear staining with estrogen receptor antibody is also seen in tumor (endometrial aspirate)