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Figure 1: Hepatocellular carcinoma (a and b) and metastatic adenocarcinoma (c and d) a ultrasound abdomen showing a hypodense mass lesion (arrow) in the posterior segment of the right lobe of liver with needle (N) placed during guided fine-needle aspiration. (b) Aspirate smear showing tissue fragment composed of malignant hepatocytes with transgressing capillaries (MGG, ×200). (c) Ultrasound abdomen showing multiple hypodense SOLs in both lobes of liver with needle (N) in situ during guided fine-needle aspiration from liver lesion (arrow). (d) Aspirate smear showing clusters of tumor cells with moderate pleomorphism and benign hepatocytes in the background (arrow) in metastatic adenocarcinoma (MGG, ×200)

Figure 1: Hepatocellular carcinoma (a and b) and metastatic adenocarcinoma (c and d) a ultrasound abdomen showing a hypodense mass lesion (arrow) in the posterior segment of the right lobe of liver with needle (N) placed during guided fine-needle aspiration. (b) Aspirate smear showing tissue fragment composed of malignant hepatocytes with transgressing capillaries (MGG, ×200). (c) Ultrasound abdomen showing multiple hypodense SOLs in both lobes of liver with needle (N) <i>in situ</i> during guided fine-needle aspiration from liver lesion (arrow). (d) Aspirate smear showing clusters of tumor cells with moderate pleomorphism and benign hepatocytes in the background (arrow) in metastatic adenocarcinoma (MGG, ×200)