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Figure 2: Histopathological image showing (a) lobular arrangement of variably sized microcysts in a densely sclerotic background (×40, H and E). (b) Cystically dilated ductal structures with mild chronic inflammatory infiltrate (×100, H and E), (c) dilated ducts lined by flattened-to-cuboidal cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm and few areas showing ductal hyperplasia (×400, H and E), (d and e) apocrine-like and mucinous metaplasia of duct (×400 H and E), (f) calponin stain demonstrating prominent peripheral staining of myoepithelial cell layer (×100, immunohistochemistry)

Figure 2: Histopathological image showing (a) lobular arrangement of variably sized microcysts in a densely sclerotic background (×40, H and E). (b) Cystically dilated ductal structures with mild chronic inflammatory infiltrate (×100, H and E), (c) dilated ducts lined by flattened-to-cuboidal cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm and few areas showing ductal hyperplasia (×400, H and E), (d and e) apocrine-like and mucinous metaplasia of duct (×400 H and E), (f) calponin stain demonstrating prominent peripheral staining of myoepithelial cell layer (×100, immunohistochemistry)