Figure 1: Polypoid Lesions of the Lower Female Genital Tract—
(A)
Hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stain of aggressive angiomyxoma showing ahypocellular tumor with numerous variable-sized blood vessels (magnification X100);
(B) H&E stain of aggressive angiomyxoma displaying proliferating capillary-sized blood vessels on the right and hypocellular stroma with spindle-shaped cells showing minimal cytologicatypia on the left (magnification X200);
(C) H&E stain of angiomyofibroblastoma composed of a proliferation of vascular spaces with relatively hypercellularstroma and spindled to ovoid cells displaying mild nuclear pleomorphism (magnification X400);
(D) H&E stain of fibroepithelial stromal polyp of the vagina covered by benign squamous epithelium. The subepithelial connective tissue is edematous and shows variable-sized blood vessels, some of which are thick-walled. The stroma ranges fromhypocellular to relatively hypercellular,and the stromal cells display mild pleomorphism (magnification X100);
(E) H&E stain of mixed malignant mllerian tumor with the left half of the photomicrograph displaying a high-grade adenocarcinoma component, and the right half displayinga chondrosarcoma component (magnification X100); (F) H&E stain of adenosarcoma showing benign glandular elements dispersed amongst a cellular stroma (magnification X40).