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Figure 1: (a) Peripheral blood smear of the patient showing pancytopenia (Leishman stain; ×400). (b and c) Bone marrow biopsy showing hypocellular marrow with a cellularity of 10% (H and E; ×40 and ×100, respectively). (d) Bone marrow biopsy showing replacement of haematopoietic cells with fat spaces and few lymphocytes and plasma cells (H and E; ×400)

Figure 1: (a) Peripheral blood smear of the patient showing pancytopenia (Leishman stain; ×400). (b and c) Bone marrow biopsy showing hypocellular marrow with a cellularity of 10% (H and E; ×40 and ×100, respectively). (d) Bone marrow biopsy showing replacement of haematopoietic cells with fat spaces and few lymphocytes and plasma cells (H and E; ×400)