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Figure 1 : Cytomorphology of Hepatocellular carcinoma: (a) showing predominantly trabecular pattern with many naked nuclei (MGG, x 110); (b) showing prominent cytoplasmic and nuclear vacuolation and intracytoplasmic bile pigment (H&E, x 512); (c) showing prominent central nucleoli (H&E, x 512); (d) showing intranuclear inclusion in a case of hepatocellular carcinoma (H&E, x 1156).

Figure 1 : Cytomorphology of Hepatocellular carcinoma: (a) showing predominantly trabecular pattern with many naked nuclei (MGG, x 110); (b) showing prominent cytoplasmic and nuclear vacuolation and intracytoplasmic bile pigment (H&E, x 512); (c) showing prominent central nucleoli (H&E, x 512); (d) showing intranuclear inclusion in a case of hepatocellular carcinoma (H&E, x 1156).