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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Histopathology sections of these lymph nodes showed lacunar cells and diagnostic Reed Sternberg (RS) cells with extensive area of sclerosis.
High power examination (400x) of areas seen in (i) and (d) shows the variety of morphologies of the large atypical cells (j-r) with (j) lacunar cells, (k) multinucleated cells, (l) markedly hyperchromatic cells with dense eosinophilic cytoplasm, (m,n) bizarre cells with eosinophilic nucleoli, (o) Reed-Sternberg-like cells with smudgy eosinophilic nucleoli and dense ampophilic cytoplasm, (p) mummified cells, (q) large atypical cells with multiple clear nuclei, and (r) popcorn-like cells with small nucleoli.
In addition, some have abundant clear cytoplasm reminiscent of so-called lacunar cells seen in cHL-NS (Figure 2, B).