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Figure 1: (a) Arterial phase axial section demonstrating relatively hypovascular homogenous solid tumor involving the left kidney, (b) On cut section, the tumor is homogenous and is completely replacing the renal parenchyma and is seen bulging out. Photomicrographs showing (c) Tumor composed of a mixture of tubular and spindle cells separated by a variable amount of mucinous stroma (H and E, ×200). Tumor cells are positive for CK7 (d), EMA (e) and glucagon (f)

Figure 1: (a) Arterial phase axial section demonstrating relatively hypovascular homogenous solid tumor involving the left kidney, (b) On cut section, the tumor is homogenous and is completely replacing the renal parenchyma and is seen bulging out. Photomicrographs showing (c) Tumor composed of a mixture of tubular and spindle cells separated by a variable amount of mucinous stroma (H and E, ×200). Tumor cells are positive for CK7 (d), EMA (e) and glucagon (f)