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Figure 1: Hemangioma: Fine-needle aspiration cytology: (a and b) Clusters of benign spindle endothelial cells on a background of blood (H and E, ×400). Fine-needle aspiration biopsy: (c) blood-fi lled spaces are lined by bland endothelial cells with adjacent benign hepatocytes (H and E, ×100). Hepatic hemangioendothelioma: FNAB: (d) Well-demarcated lobular vascular structure with adjacent benign hepatocytes (H and E, ×100). (e) Multiple interconnecting vascular channels of various sizes are lined by a single layer of fl at or plump endothelial cells (H and E, ×400)

Figure 1: Hemangioma: Fine-needle aspiration cytology: (a and b) Clusters of benign spindle endothelial cells on a background of blood (H and E, ×400). Fine-needle aspiration biopsy: (c) blood-fi lled spaces are lined by bland endothelial cells with adjacent benign hepatocytes (H and E, ×100). Hepatic hemangioendothelioma: FNAB: (d) Well-demarcated lobular vascular structure with adjacent benign hepatocytes (H and E, ×100). (e) Multiple interconnecting vascular channels of various sizes are lined by a single layer of fl at or plump endothelial cells (H and E, ×400)