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Figure 2: (a) Cardiac rhabdomyoma: Gross picture of the ventricular cavity shows multiple sessile gray-white nodules of varying sizes attached to the ventricular wall (arrows). (b) Microscopy of these nodules revealed a well-demarcated tumorous lesion with adjacent compressed normal myocardium (H and E, ×4). (c) Microscopy of these nodules on high magnification shows classical spider cells (arrow) of rhabdomyoma (H and E, ×20)

Figure 2: (a) Cardiac rhabdomyoma: Gross picture of the ventricular cavity shows multiple sessile gray-white nodules of varying sizes attached to the ventricular wall (arrows). (b) Microscopy of these nodules revealed a well-demarcated tumorous lesion with adjacent compressed normal myocardium (H and E, ×4). (c) Microscopy of these nodules on high magnification shows classical spider cells (arrow) of rhabdomyoma (H and E, ×20)