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Intercostal Nerve Schwannoma Encountered During a Rib-Latissimus Dorsi Osteomyocutaneous Flap Operation

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Intercostal Nerve Schwannoma Encountered During a Rib-Latissimus Dorsi Osteomyocutaneous Flap Operation

Kwang Seog Kim et al. Arch Plast Surg.

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1. (A, B) Intraoperative photographs. A 1-cm×1-cm mass was incidentally found under the left tenth rib.
Fig. 2
Fig. 2. Histopathologic images of the specimen. (A) The low-power view shows a biphasic pattern with a cellular Antoni A area (black arrow) and a hypocellular Antoni B area (white arrow) (H&E, ×40). (B) The high-power view shows tumor cells forming nuclear palisades (Verocay bodies) consisting of alternating parallel rows of tumor cell nuclei and their densely packed, aligned cell processes (H&E, ×400).

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