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Here is an abnormal tissue with two very distinct populations of cells. One kind of cell has abundant, intensely eosinophilic cytoplasm and nuclei with mostly euchromatin.

The other kind of cell has very little euchromatin, and very scanty cytoplasm.

This is a tissue with two types of cell. One has nuclei which are mostly heterochromatin. The other has nuclei which are mostly euchromatin.

If you're really curious, this is a thymoma.

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