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Figure 3: (Top) - Cytosmear of an inflammatory lesion showing the clarity in the background with centrifugation liquid-based cytology which is devoid of mucus, microbial colonies, and inflammatory cells (×40). (A1) Conventional brush smear. (A2) Centrifugation liquid-based cytology. (Bottom) - Cytosmear obtained through liquid-based preparations in ulcerated lesion showing clearer background compared to conventional technique which is devoid of red blood cells and inflammatory cells (×40). (B1) Conventional brush smear. (B2) Centrifugation liquid-based cytology

Figure 3: (Top) - Cytosmear of an inflammatory lesion showing the clarity in the background with centrifugation liquid-based cytology which is devoid of mucus, microbial colonies, and inflammatory cells (×40). (A1) Conventional brush smear. (A2) Centrifugation liquid-based cytology. (Bottom) - Cytosmear obtained through liquid-based preparations in ulcerated lesion showing clearer background compared to conventional technique which is devoid of red blood cells and inflammatory cells (×40). (B1) Conventional brush smear. (B2) Centrifugation liquid-based cytology