Case Report

Mucinous Colorectal Carcinoma in a 17-Year-Old Male: A Diagnosis with Low Clinical Index of Suspicion

Figure 1

(a) Infiltrating tumour masses. The tumour has infiltrated through the mucosa. (b) The tumour masses have invaded the serosa. The mucin lakes are delineated by thick fibrous bands of tissue (H&E stains, ×40 magnification). (c, d) Infiltrating tumour cells. The tumour cells have signet ring shapes and are floating in lakes of mucin (H&E stains, ×400 magnification).