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Figure 2: Example of case based consensus diagnosis (carcinosarcoma) differing from diagnoses on individual sections. (a) One slide was unanimously assessed as high-grade serous (3/3) in the section-based reads. (b and c) Other slides had a section-based consensus (2/3) interpretation of high-grade serous, with a minority assessment in both of these being endometrioid, likely due to some suggestion of squamous features. (d) Another slide had a section-based consensus (2/3) of carcinosarcoma, but one observer assessed this as unclassified. Despite the heterogeneity, the case-based (combined assessment of features in a-d) consensus (2/3) was carcinosarcoma, with the minority assessment being high-grade serous

Figure 2: Example of case based consensus diagnosis (carcinosarcoma) differing from diagnoses on individual sections. (a) One slide was unanimously assessed as high-grade serous (3/3) in the section-based reads. (b and c) Other slides had a section-based consensus (2/3) interpretation of high-grade serous, with a minority assessment in both of these being endometrioid, likely due to some suggestion of squamous features. (d) Another slide had a section-based consensus (2/3) of carcinosarcoma, but one observer assessed this as unclassified. Despite the heterogeneity, the case-based (combined assessment of features in a-d) consensus (2/3) was carcinosarcoma, with the minority assessment being high-grade serous