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Figure 1: Typical case of mantle cell lymphoma. (a) Morphology in peripheral blood (PB) smears (×1000); (b) H & E-stained trephine biopsy sections (×100); (c) positive t(11;14) by the fluorescence in-situ hybridization technique; (d) cyclin D1 nuclear staining by immunohistochemistry on bone marrow biopsy sections (×400).

Figure 1: Typical case of mantle cell lymphoma. (a) Morphology in peripheral blood (PB) smears (×1000); (b) H & E-stained trephine biopsy sections (×100); (c) positive t(11;14) by the fluorescence in-situ hybridization technique; (d) cyclin D1 nuclear staining by immunohistochemistry on bone marrow biopsy sections (×400).