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Figure 3: Microscopic findings of the liposarcoma, Case 1. (a) Well-differentiated liposarcoma with the esophagus and the trachea in the superior mediastinum with macroscopic view (H and E stain, magnified view of a white square in Figure 2c). (b) It composed lipoblasts and broad fibrous septa (H and E stain, magnified view of a white square in Figure 3a). (c and d) Lipoblasts with atypical hyperchromatic nuclei (H and E stain, c: Magnified view of a white square in Figure 3b, d: Magnified view of a white square in Figure 3c)

Figure 3: Microscopic findings of the liposarcoma, Case 1. (a) Well-differentiated liposarcoma with the esophagus and the trachea in the superior mediastinum with macroscopic view (H and E stain, magnified view of a white square in Figure 2c). (b) It composed lipoblasts and broad fibrous septa (H and E stain, magnified view of a white square in Figure 3a). (c and d) Lipoblasts with atypical hyperchromatic nuclei (H and E stain, c: Magnified view of a white square in Figure 3b, d: Magnified view of a white square in Figure 3c)