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Figure 4: A case categorized as “malignant cells seen.” (a) Cytosmear is highly cellular and shows mostly discohesive large cells with eccentric, hyperchromatic nuclei in a hemorrhagic background (MGG stain, 400×). (b) Section of cell block showing scattered malignant cells in a hemorrhagic background (H & E stain, 400×). (c–e) The tumor cells are immunopositive for EMA and PAX8 and immunonegative for calretinin, confirming their epithelial nature and ovarian origin. H & E = hematoxylin and eosin, MGG = May Grunwald–Giemsa

Figure 4: A case categorized as “malignant cells seen.” (a) Cytosmear is highly cellular and shows mostly discohesive large cells with eccentric, hyperchromatic nuclei in a hemorrhagic background (MGG stain, 400×). (b) Section of cell block showing scattered malignant cells in a hemorrhagic background (H & E stain, 400×). (c–e) The tumor cells are immunopositive for EMA and PAX8 and immunonegative for calretinin, confirming their epithelial nature and ovarian origin. H & E = hematoxylin and eosin, MGG = May Grunwald–Giemsa