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Figure 1: (a) - Reactive ductal epithelium (bottom left) and a second population of large cells with abundant cytoplasm and disorganized nuclei. (Hematoxylin and eosin [H and E], 400×). (b) - Numerous crescent-shaped nuclei pushed to the cellular periphery by vacuolated cytoplasm are present. (Papanicolaou stain, 400×). (c) - Cholecystectomy revealed acute cholecystitis with mucosal ulceration and sloughing of degenerating surface epithelium. (H and E, 100×). (d) - High power view of the sloughed gallbladder epithelium with degenerative signet ring cell change. (H and E, 400×)

Figure 1: (a) - Reactive ductal epithelium (bottom left) and a second population of large cells with abundant cytoplasm and disorganized nuclei. (Hematoxylin and eosin [H and E], 400×). (b) - Numerous crescent-shaped nuclei pushed to the cellular periphery by vacuolated cytoplasm are present. (Papanicolaou stain, 400×). (c) - Cholecystectomy revealed acute cholecystitis with mucosal ulceration and sloughing of degenerating surface epithelium. (H and E, 100×). (d) - High power view of the sloughed gallbladder epithelium with degenerative signet ring cell change. (H and E, 400×)