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Figure 3: Myeloid blasts (black arrow) amidst mature (black asterisk) and immature plasma cells (white asterisk). (MGG stain, 100 ×). This case was initially misdiagnosed as myelomatous ascites. (b) Marrow biopsy was rich in blasts (black arrow) and plasma cells (white arrow) (H&E,100 ×). Blasts are positive for (c) MPO and CD14 (Inset, c) and plasma cells were (d) CD138 positive and CD56 negative (Inset, d) establishing reactive plasmacytosis in a myelomonocytic leukemia

Figure 3: Myeloid blasts (black arrow) amidst mature (black asterisk) and immature plasma cells (white asterisk). (MGG stain, 100 ×). This case was initially misdiagnosed as myelomatous ascites. (b) Marrow biopsy was rich in blasts (black arrow) and plasma cells (white arrow) (H&E,100 ×). Blasts are positive for (c) MPO and CD14 (<i>Inset</i>, c) and plasma cells were (d) CD138 positive and CD56 negative (<i>Inset</i>, d) establishing reactive plasmacytosis in a myelomonocytic leukemia