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Figure 1: (a) Burkitt's Lymphoma- Medium-sized cells with a round nucleus, coarse nuclear chromatin, and prominent nucleoli. (Papanicolaou's, ×400). (b) Acute lymphoblastic leukemia – Monomorphic round cells with scant cytoplasm, fine nuclear chromatin, and inconspicuous nucleoli. (Papanicolaou's, ×400) (c) Plasma cell myeloma- Medium to large plasmacytoid cells with coarse nuclear chromatin. Binucleation is seen. (Papanicolaou's, ×400) (d) CML-blast crisis- Predominant blast population having high N: C ratio with pleomorphic nucleus, fine chromatin with 1 or more prominent nucleoli. (Papanicolaou's, ×400)

Figure 1: (a) Burkitt's Lymphoma- Medium-sized cells with a round nucleus, coarse nuclear chromatin, and prominent nucleoli. (Papanicolaou's, ×400). (b) Acute lymphoblastic leukemia – Monomorphic round cells with scant cytoplasm, fine nuclear chromatin, and inconspicuous nucleoli. (Papanicolaou's, ×400) (c) Plasma cell myeloma- Medium to large plasmacytoid cells with coarse nuclear chromatin. Binucleation is seen. (Papanicolaou's, ×400) (d) CML-blast crisis- Predominant blast population having high N: C ratio with pleomorphic nucleus, fine chromatin with 1 or more prominent nucleoli. (Papanicolaou's, ×400)