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Figure 1: Photomicrographs showing different morphological variants of leukemic mantle cell lymphoma. Small cells showing irregular nuclear contour with notching and cleaving of nucleus and mature chromatin (compare the size with RBC and adjacent myelocyte) (a). Small cells with round nuclear contour mimicking CLL (b). Large cells more than twice or thrice the size of RBC with immature chromatin resembling blast (c). Large cells with central prominent nucleoli and moderate to abundant amount of cytoplasm resembling prolymphocyte (d) (Wright's stain, ×100 oil immersion)

Figure 1: Photomicrographs showing different morphological variants of leukemic mantle cell lymphoma. Small cells showing irregular nuclear contour with notching and cleaving of nucleus and mature chromatin (compare the size with RBC and adjacent myelocyte) (a). Small cells with round nuclear contour mimicking CLL (b). Large cells more than twice or thrice the size of RBC with immature chromatin resembling blast (c). Large cells with central prominent nucleoli and moderate to abundant amount of cytoplasm resembling prolymphocyte (d) (Wright's stain, ×100 oil immersion)