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Figure 3. From: Cyto-morphological features of extramedullary acute megakaryoblastic leukemia on fine needle aspiration and cerebrospinal fluid cytology: A case report.

(a) Large cell with moderate amount of granular cytoplasm and a single nucleus showing multiple lobations Papanicolaou (×400); (b) Cell having horse shoe shaped nucleus and dusky cytoplasm MGG (×400); (c) Another cell showing nuclear indentation and early lobulation MGG (×400); (d,e,f) Multinucleated cells with abundant cytoplasm and nuclear lobations resembling immature megakaryocytes MGG (×400)

Sanjeev Chitragar, et al. Cytojournal. 2011;8:17.
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Figure 1. From: Cyto-morphological features of extramedullary acute megakaryoblastic leukemia on fine needle aspiration and cerebrospinal fluid cytology: A case report.

(a) Bone marrow biopsy showing more than 90% cellularity. There is partial replacement of normal marrow with blasts (H and E, ×100); (b) The blasts have scant to moderate cytoplasm with prominent nucleoli (H and E, ×400); (c) Occasional multinucleated dysplastic megakaryocyte was also noted (arrow) (H and E, ×400); (d) Blasts showing strong cytoplasmic positivity CD 61, IHC (×400):

Sanjeev Chitragar, et al. Cytojournal. 2011;8:17.
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Figure 2. From: Cyto-morphological features of extramedullary acute megakaryoblastic leukemia on fine needle aspiration and cerebrospinal fluid cytology: A case report.

(a) Blasts varying in size from medium to large, having scant to moderate granular cytoplasm, fine nuclear chromatin and single to multiple prominent nucleoli. Occasional larger cells, having abundant cytoplasm and lobated nuclei (arrow) Papanicolaou (×200); (b) Anucleate pale blue shredded cytoplasmic fragments in the background demonstrated better in low cellularity areas MGG (×400); (c) Blasts immunopositive for CD 61 ICC (×400); (d) Bi and multinucleate forms on cytocentrifuge preparation of the CSF specimen; (inset) binucleate cell mimicking megakaryocyte MGG (×400)

Sanjeev Chitragar, et al. Cytojournal. 2011;8:17.

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