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(A) Cut surface of the tumour shows light yellow firm tissue. (B) Histologically, the tumour has a monotonous appearance, consisting of polygonal cells arranged in cords, strands, and clusters, surrounded by dense collagenous stroma with areas of hyalinisation. The tumour infiltrates into the surrounding cortical lamellar bone. (C) High power magnification to show the morphology of the tumour cells. They are rounded, oval, or polygonal, of small to medium size, and with clear or pale eosinophilic cytoplasm. The nuclei of the tumour cells are small, ovoid, or angular, and mostly pale or vesicular, with distinct nucleoli and little pleomorphism. (D) Some of the tumour cells show clear or vacuolated cytoplasm, but they constitute less than 20% of the tumour.

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