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Figure 1: (a) Endometrial aspirate smear shows microfilaria larva and occasional group of endocervical cells (arrow) (Giemsa, ×200). (b) Conventional Pap smear shows microfilaria larva in a background of squamous cells and inflammatory cells (arrow) (Papanicolaou, ×400). (c) Liquid-based cytology smear: Microfilaria larva, mature squamous cells, and group of endocervical cells (Papanicolaou,×400). (d) Endocervical curettings: Section show sheathed microfilaria larva (Hematoxylin and Eosin, ×400)

Figure 1: (a) Endometrial aspirate smear shows microfilaria larva and occasional group of endocervical cells (arrow) (Giemsa, ×200). (b) Conventional Pap smear shows microfilaria larva in a background of squamous cells and inflammatory cells (arrow) (Papanicolaou, ×400). (c) Liquid-based cytology smear: Microfilaria larva, mature squamous cells, and group of endocervical cells (Papanicolaou,×400). (d) Endocervical curettings: Section show sheathed microfilaria larva (Hematoxylin and Eosin, ×400)