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From: The clinicopathological significance of neurogenesis in breast cancer

Figure 1

Photomicrograph representatives of nerves in normal breast tissue (A, PGP 9.5 expression) and in invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast (B-E, PGP 9.5 expression; F, S 100 expression). The scattered fine nerve fibers were seen in the stroma (B-C) and most of them surrounded the blood vessels (B). Some fine nerve fibers were sporadically located among the cancer cells (D), the high-magnification view of the area in the box in photomicrograph D is the fine nerve fibers. In most of the cases the fragmented nerve fascicles were distributed in the stroma of tumor (E-F).

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