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Figure 3: Histopathology of liver showing intra-hepatic vascular tumour (arrows), comprising cleft-like areas, lined with endothelial cells. A few entrapped benign bile ducts were seen within the lesion (A, ×100). The endothelial cells (arrows) lining the vascular spaces did not show atypia (B, ×200) and were positive for CD34 stain (arrows) (C, ×200). Similar vascular lesion (black arrows) was also identified inside the left adrenal gland (blue arrows) (D, ×40), and the lesional cells (black arrows) were positive for CD34 stain (E, ×40). In skin also, similar lesions were identified (F, ×100).

Figure 3: Histopathology of liver showing intra-hepatic vascular tumour (arrows), comprising cleft-like areas, lined with endothelial cells. A few entrapped benign bile ducts were seen within the lesion (<b>A</b>, ×100). The endothelial cells (arrows) lining the vascular spaces did not show atypia (<b>B</b>, ×200) and were positive for CD34 stain (arrows) (<b>C</b>, ×200). Similar vascular lesion (black arrows) was also identified inside the left adrenal gland (blue arrows) (<b>D</b>, ×40), and the lesional cells (black arrows) were positive for CD34 stain (<b>E</b>, ×40). In skin also, similar lesions were identified (<b>F</b>, ×100).