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Figure 2: Phase-contrast microscopy: (a) Subgroup Ia: Spindle cells (star) with processes (thin arrows) and vesicular nuclei (arrow head). (b) Ib and Ic: Spindle cells (star), flattened cells (thin arrow) and cell colonies (thick arrow). (c) Id: Flattened cells (thin arrows). (d) IIa: Large cells with processes (thin arrows) and nucleoli (arrow head). Binucleated cells (notched arrows). (e and f) IIb; Cells clusters (thick arrows), stick-like cells (thin arrows), striations (curved arrows) and disc-like structures (thin arrow). (g) IIc: Myotube-like cells (thin arrows) with string-bead nuclei (arrow heads). (h) IIc: Striations (curved arrows), binucleated cells (notched arrows). (i) IId: Spindle cells (stars) with vesicular nuclei (arrow head)

Figure 2: Phase-contrast microscopy: (a) Subgroup Ia: Spindle cells (star) with processes (thin arrows) and vesicular nuclei (arrow head). (b) Ib and Ic: Spindle cells (star), flattened cells (thin arrow) and cell colonies (thick arrow). (c) Id: Flattened cells (thin arrows). (d) IIa: Large cells with processes (thin arrows) and nucleoli (arrow head). Binucleated cells (notched arrows). (e and f) IIb; Cells clusters (thick arrows), stick-like cells (thin arrows), striations (curved arrows) and disc-like structures (thin arrow). (g) IIc: Myotube-like cells (thin arrows) with string-bead nuclei (arrow heads). (h) IIc: Striations (curved arrows), binucleated cells (notched arrows). (i) IId: Spindle cells (stars) with vesicular nuclei (arrow head)