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Figure 1: (a) Epididymal cyst/spermatocele. Anechoic cyst in the head of epididymis; (b) Spermatocele. Smear shows dense population of dispersed sperm, other spermatogenic cells and histiocytes (H and E, × 500); (c) Tuberculous epididymo-orchitis. Smear shows clusters of epithelioid cells and lymphocytes in a background of neutrophils (H and E, × 500); (d) Elephantiasis. Smear shows single intact microfilaria against a background of inflammatory cells and cellular debris (Pap, × 500)

Figure 1: (a) Epididymal cyst/spermatocele. Anechoic cyst in the head of epididymis; (b) Spermatocele. Smear shows dense population of dispersed sperm, other spermatogenic cells and histiocytes (H and E, × 500); (c) Tuberculous epididymo-orchitis. Smear shows clusters of epithelioid cells and lymphocytes in a background of neutrophils (H and E, × 500); (d) Elephantiasis. Smear shows single intact microfilaria against a background of inflammatory cells and cellular debris (Pap, × 500)