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Figure 6: (a) Intraoperative highly vascular ovarian lesion (small arrow) and fallopian tube (large arrow) and uterus (black arrow). (b) Gross specimen shows well-encapsulated grayish solid mass. (c) Cut-section of specimen shows tan-yellow nodular appearance (white arrow). (d) Microscopically, Photomicrograph showing hyperchromatic nuclei, moderate cytoplasm (Sertoli cells [black arrow]) and nests of polygonal cells with round nuclei and abundant granular cytoplasm (Leydig cells with heterologous elements showing mucinous epithelium of the gastrointestinal type [white arrow]) (H and E ×40).

Figure 6: (a) Intraoperative highly vascular ovarian lesion (small arrow) and fallopian tube (large arrow) and uterus (black arrow). (b) Gross specimen shows well-encapsulated grayish solid mass. (c) Cut-section of specimen shows tan-yellow nodular appearance (white arrow). (d) Microscopically, Photomicrograph showing hyperchromatic nuclei, moderate cytoplasm (Sertoli cells [black arrow]) and nests of polygonal cells with round nuclei and abundant granular cytoplasm (Leydig cells with heterologous elements showing mucinous epithelium of the gastrointestinal type [white arrow]) (H and E ×40).