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Hook

1. In marketing, a tool that arouses interest in an advertisement or in a product.

2. Informal; to steal or defraud.
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In all the cases, the microscopic examination revealed the presence of hooklets scattered on a degenerated necrotic background.
The purpose of reporting this case is that a successful diagnostic yield of scoleces and hooklets can be obtained in FNAC of hydatid.
Hooklet numbers from the 4 rows of the cephalic bulbs of AL3 Gnathostoma spp.
The scolex is seen in high magnification including the hooklets (arrow).
5,8,10) The eggs are round to oval in shape, measure an average of 25-40 [micro]m in diameter, and contain an oncosphere with 6 hooklets.
The microbiology report indicated the presence of hydatid hooklets.
The cysts removed during surgery were confirmed to be of hydatid cyst aetiology by histopathological evidence of germinal layer and by demonstration of scolices and hooklets in the aspirated HCF.
Evaluation of the aspirated material revealed the presence of echinococcal hooklets, yielding a final diagnosis of hydatid cyst (Figure 2).