These are FNAs from 2 lymphomas - plenty of mitoses indicating a high grade. The first picture shows spindles in longitudinal and transverse section. Always amazes me I'm actually looking at genetic material dividing across the cell. When aspirating these huge peripheral lymph nodes, the material is often quite fluid and look grossly purulent.
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