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Figure 2: Photomicrographs of the bladder tumour. (a) Shows low grade papillary urothelial carcinoma (H and E, ×100); (b) shows well-formed papillae with minimal papillary fusion (H and E, ×200); (c and d) shows mild loss of cellular polarity with a cell having mild nuclear pleomorphism, nuclear enlargement, fine chromatin and indistinct nucleoli (H and E, ×400). (e) Gross finding of the surgical specimen – nephrectomy – Note the infiltrating tumour arising from the kidney's mid pole (scale bar = 3 cm). (f) Tumour cells arranged in nests and having clear cell morphology (H and E, ×200); (g and h) shows branching vascular septa along with tumour cells having nucleoli which are easily identifiable (WHO/ISUP Grade 2) (H and E, ×400)

Figure 2: Photomicrographs of the bladder tumour. (a) Shows low grade papillary urothelial carcinoma (H and E, ×100); (b) shows well-formed papillae with minimal papillary fusion (H and E, ×200); (c and d) shows mild loss of cellular polarity with a cell having mild nuclear pleomorphism, nuclear enlargement, fine chromatin and indistinct nucleoli (H and E, ×400). (e) Gross finding of the surgical specimen – nephrectomy – Note the infiltrating tumour arising from the kidney's mid pole (scale bar = 3 cm). (f) Tumour cells arranged in nests and having clear cell morphology (H and E, ×200); (g and h) shows branching vascular septa along with tumour cells having nucleoli which are easily identifiable (WHO/ISUP Grade 2) (H and E, ×400)