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Figure 1: Microscopic images of microfilariae in different body locations; (a) presence of benign breast epithelial cells clusters with microfilariae in case of fibroadenoma (Giemsa, ×400), (b) presence of microfilariae with malignant ductal cells in case of carcinoma breast (Giemsa, ×400), (c) presence of microfilariae with rare spindle cells of soft tissue (Giemsa, ×400), (d) hemorrhagic smear in case of pleural effusion showing microfilariae, red blood cells, eosinophils, and lymphocytes (Giemsa, ×400), (e) presence of microfilariae, lymphocytes, and fat cells in case of axillary lymph node (Giemsa, ×400), (f) thyroid cells in small acini with microfilariae (Giemsa, ×400)

Figure 1: Microscopic images of microfilariae in different body locations; (a) presence of benign breast epithelial cells clusters with microfilariae in case of fibroadenoma (Giemsa, ×400), (b) presence of microfilariae with malignant ductal cells in case of carcinoma breast (Giemsa, ×400), (c) presence of microfilariae with rare spindle cells of soft tissue (Giemsa, ×400), (d) hemorrhagic smear in case of pleural effusion showing microfilariae, red blood cells, eosinophils, and lymphocytes (Giemsa, ×400), (e) presence of microfilariae, lymphocytes, and fat cells in case of axillary lymph node (Giemsa, ×400), (f) thyroid cells in small acini with microfilariae (Giemsa, ×400)