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Figure 1: (A) Squamous cell carcinoma blends imperceptibly with the sarcoma-like tumor (H and E; 200). (B) The spindle cell component. Hyperchromatic, pleomorphic nuclei with frequent mitoses are seen (11 o.clock position) (H and E. 400). (C) Immunoperoxidase staining for pancytokeratin shows strong cytoplasmic positivity within both the scattered spindled cells as well as in the epithelial component (PAP-hematoxylin; 400). (D) Immunoperoxidase staining for vimentin also shows strong cytoplasmic positivity within both the components (PAP-hematoxylin; 200)

Figure 1: (A) Squamous cell carcinoma blends imperceptibly with the sarcoma-like tumor (H and E; 200). (B) The spindle cell component. Hyperchromatic, pleomorphic nuclei with frequent mitoses are seen (11 o.clock position) (H and E. 400). (C) Immunoperoxidase staining for pancytokeratin shows strong cytoplasmic positivity within both the scattered spindled cells as well as in the epithelial component (PAP-hematoxylin; 400). (D) Immunoperoxidase staining for vimentin also shows strong cytoplasmic positivity within both the components (PAP-hematoxylin; 200)