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Figure 2: A case of rhabdomyosarcoma with bone marrow infiltration (a) bone marrow aspiration smears showing singly scattered large atypical round cells with scant cytoplasm and large bizarre nuclei with dispersed chromatin (×400) (b and c) bone marrow biopsy displaying paratrabecular and interstitial pattern of infiltration by round cells, respectively (×400 and × 100). (d-f) immunohistochemistry with myogenin, vimentin, and CD56 showing positivity (×100)

Figure 2: A case of rhabdomyosarcoma with bone marrow infiltration (a) bone marrow aspiration smears showing singly scattered large atypical round cells with scant cytoplasm and large bizarre nuclei with dispersed chromatin (×400) (b and c) bone marrow biopsy displaying paratrabecular and interstitial pattern of infiltration by round cells, respectively (×400 and × 100). (d-f) immunohistochemistry with myogenin, vimentin, and CD56 showing positivity (×100)