Popcorn Cell

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A Reed-Sternberg cell variant with a lobulated ‘cloverleaf’ nucleus, bubbly nucleoplasm, a small acidophilic nucleolus and a small rim of cytoplasm, seen in lymphocyte-predominant Hodgkin’s disease; similar ‘Reider’-like cells may occur in T-cell lymphoma and Pinkus tumour
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Highly significant differences were found for binucleated cells (Image 2), abnormalities of chromatin structures, chromatin bridges between the erythroblasts, incompletely divided polypoid cells and karyorrhexis in erythroblasts (Image 3).