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Figure 1: (a) Hyperchromatic cells with prominent macronucleoli, a case of ovarian carcinoma initially labeled negative (PAP stain, ×400). (b) Cluster of malignant cells with bile pigment within macrophages on review of negative smear, a case of obstructive jaundice with massive ascites (PAP stain, ×400). (c) Vacuolated malignant cells with prominent nucleoli, a case of cecal adenocarcinoma (PAP stain, ×400). (d) Hyperchromatic cells with septate vacuoles in the cytoplasm with mesothelial cells on review of smear labeled atypical, a case of ovarian carcinoma (PAP stain, ×400)

Figure 1: (a) Hyperchromatic cells with prominent macronucleoli, a case of ovarian carcinoma initially labeled negative (PAP stain, ×400). (b) Cluster of malignant cells with bile pigment within macrophages on review of negative smear, a case of obstructive jaundice with massive ascites (PAP stain, ×400). (c) Vacuolated malignant cells with prominent nucleoli, a case of cecal adenocarcinoma (PAP stain, ×400). (d) Hyperchromatic cells with septate vacuoles in the cytoplasm with mesothelial cells on review of smear labeled atypical, a case of ovarian carcinoma (PAP stain, ×400)