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Table 3 Comparison of antigen expression in surgical specimens by immunochemical staining

From: Long-term multidisciplinary treatment including proton therapy for a recurrent low-grade endometrial stromal sarcoma and pathologically prominent epithelial differentiation: an autopsy case report

Antigens CD10 Vimentin Estrogen receptor Progesterone receptor CAM5.2 CD56 Chromogranin A Ki-67 Positive ratio Mitosis
a: Ileal recurrent tumor at 40 years of age (Fig. 4b)
The LGESS section 1+ 3+ 0 0 0 2+ 0 3%
< 1/10 HPF
The NET-like section 2+ 1+ 0 0 3+ 3+ 0 5%
5/10 HPF
b: Disseminated tumor at 46 years of age (Fig. 4a)
  1+ 2+ 0 0 3+ 3+ 1+ 15%
15/10 HPF
c: Autopsy at 49 years of age (Fig. 4c)
Adenocarcinoma-like section 3+ ND ND ND 3+ 2+ ND ND
ND
  1. 0, negative; 1+, weakly positive; 2+, moderately positive; 3+, strongly positive
  2. Microscopic photographs of staining for CD10, vimentin, CAM5.2, CD56, and cyclin D1 are shown in Fig. 4. HPF high power field, ND not done