Case Report

Serous Borderline Tumor in Transgender Female-to-Male Individuals: A Case Report of Androgen Receptor-Positive Ovarian Cancer

Figure 4

Pathological examination. Neoplasm with exophytic growth on the ovarian surface and, internally, in the macroscopically observed cystic areas. The lesion is mainly composed of papillae with large fibrovascular axes, with progressive and hierarchical branching, often with edema, hyaline sclerosis, and stromal calcifications. Tumor cells have eosinophilic cytoplasm and oval, hyperchromatic nuclei with mild atypia, with few mitotic figures being identified. There is no destructive invasion of stroma (H&E, 40x (a) and 100x (b)).