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|The typical Wilms' tumor consists of three elements, all seen on this slide: epithelial, stromal and undifferentiated. The darkly staining, intensely cellular areas are the undifferentiated nephrogenic component. In places, these appear to differentiate into tubules, occasionally glomeruloid structures all lined by neoplastic cells. The above structures are contained in a spindle cell stroma.
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