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Figure 4: Category 4: Atypical cells, suspicious for malignancy. Paired images of two cases showing mesothelial cells admixed with looseaggregate of cells (a, b) or dispersed cells (c, d) showing nuclear atypiathat quantitatively or qualitatively fall short of a diagnosis of malignancybut are enough to warrant suspicion of malignancy. (a, c) May–GrünwaldGiemsa stain; (b, d) Papanicolaou stain

Figure 4: Category 4: Atypical cells, suspicious for malignancy. Paired images of two cases showing mesothelial cells admixed with looseaggregate of cells (a, b) or dispersed cells (c, d) showing nuclear atypiathat quantitatively or qualitatively fall short of a diagnosis of malignancybut are enough to warrant suspicion of malignancy. (a, c) May–GrünwaldGiemsa stain; (b, d) Papanicolaou stain