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Figure 2: Associated findings in the cases with granulomatous mastitis. (A) Apocrine change. (B) High-power view showing apocrine snouts with secretions in the duct lumen along with a few lymphocytes and macrophages. (C) Periductular hyalinization surrounded by a dense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate. (D) Perivascular inflammation comprising of plasma cells and lymphocytes; also seen is injury to the endothelial lining and associated edema surrounding the vessel (Case 5). (E) Duct ectasia; enlarged duct associated with periductal acute inflammation. Neutrophils are also seen infiltrating the duct lumen

Figure 2: Associated findings in the cases with granulomatous mastitis. (A) Apocrine change. (B) High-power view showing apocrine snouts with secretions in the duct lumen along with a few lymphocytes and macrophages. (C) Periductular hyalinization surrounded by a dense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate. (D) Perivascular inflammation comprising of plasma cells and lymphocytes; also seen is injury to the endothelial lining and associated edema surrounding the vessel (Case 5). (E) Duct ectasia; enlarged duct associated with periductal acute inflammation. Neutrophils are also seen infiltrating the duct lumen