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Figure 1: FNAC of liver: (a) Tumor cells from grade I HCC arranged in trabecular pattern as well as scattered singly. Cell cords are 3-4 cell thick. Cells show bile, hyperchromasia, moderate granular cytoplasm, slightly increase neucleocytoplasmic ratio and 1 - 2 prominent nucleoli. (Pap, ×400). (b) Grade II HCC - central and peripherally placed nuclei, coarse granular chromatin (Pap, ×400). (c) Grade III HCC - pleomorphism, giant cells, abnormal mitoses and naked nuclei (Pap, ×400). (d) Cholangiocarcinoma - small cells with mild anisonucleosis with micro acinar pattern (Pap, ×400)

Figure 1: FNAC of liver: (a) Tumor cells from grade I HCC arranged in trabecular pattern as well as scattered singly. Cell cords are 3-4 cell thick. Cells show bile, hyperchromasia, moderate granular cytoplasm, slightly increase neucleocytoplasmic ratio and 1 - 2 prominent nucleoli. (Pap, ×400). (b) Grade II HCC - central and peripherally placed nuclei, coarse granular chromatin (Pap, ×400). (c) Grade III HCC - pleomorphism, giant cells, abnormal mitoses and naked nuclei (Pap, ×400). (d) Cholangiocarcinoma - small cells with mild anisonucleosis with micro acinar pattern (Pap, ×400)