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Figure 2: (a) Photomicrograph showing two components of tumor. On the left side, tumor cells are arranged in nests having uniform round nuclei, and on the right side, randomly oriented large neoplastic ganglion cells are seen (H and E stain, ×20). (b) Pituitary adenoma showing round cells with monomorphic nuclei with stippled chromatin, and moderate-to-scanty eosinophilic cytoplasm (H and E stain, ×40). (c) Gangliocytoma showing haphazardly arranged neoplastic ganglion cells in a dense fibrillary background (H and E stain, ×20). (d) Reticulin stain showing effacement of the reticulin architecture suggesting pituitary adenoma (×40)

Figure 2: (a) Photomicrograph showing two components of tumor. On the left side, tumor cells are arranged in nests having uniform round nuclei, and on the right side, randomly oriented large neoplastic ganglion cells are seen (H and E stain, ×20). (b) Pituitary adenoma showing round cells with monomorphic nuclei with stippled chromatin, and moderate-to-scanty eosinophilic cytoplasm (H and E stain, ×40). (c) Gangliocytoma showing haphazardly arranged neoplastic ganglion cells in a dense fibrillary background (H and E stain, ×20). (d) Reticulin stain showing effacement of the reticulin architecture suggesting pituitary adenoma (×40)