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Figure 2-adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma consisting of trabeculae with palisading basal layer surrounding loosely cohesive squamous cells and keratin nodules
3-squamous cell carcinoma
4-squamous cells separated by stellate reticulum transforming to adjacent squamous cell carcinoma (left)
5-p53+ squamous cell carcinoma (top) vs. p53- craniopharyngioma (bottom)



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