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Figure 2: Columnar cell lesions (CCLs). (a and b) These dilate acini show cellular stratification of more than two cell layers (H and E, ×100). (c) The columnar cells show apical cytoplasmic snouts. The nuclei are ovoid to elongated with evenly distributed chromatin (H and E, ×400). (D) CCL with atypia. The lining cells show cytologic atypia characterized by enlarged, stratified, plump, ovoid nuclei with variably prominent nucleoli. (H and E, ×400)

Figure 2: Columnar cell lesions (CCLs). (a and b) These dilate acini show cellular stratification of more than two cell layers (H and E, ×100). (c) The columnar cells show apical cytoplasmic snouts. The nuclei are ovoid to elongated with evenly distributed chromatin (H and E, ×400). (D) CCL with atypia. The lining cells show cytologic atypia characterized by enlarged, stratified, plump, ovoid nuclei with variably prominent nucleoli. (H and E, ×400)