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Figure 1: Photomicrograph showing (a) epithelial lining of variable thickness (black arrow) lining a cystic lumen (red arrow) along with proliferation in solid islands (blue arrow). (H & E Staining, 10×) (b) basal layer is composed of cuboidal to columnar ameloblast-like cells (blue arrow) with overlying loosely arranged stellate reticulum-like cells (black arrow) along with numerous ghost cells, which appear as epithelial cells devoid of nuclei but retained basic cell outline (red arrow). (H & E Staining, 40×)

Figure 1: Photomicrograph showing (a) epithelial lining of variable thickness (black arrow) lining a cystic lumen (red arrow) along with proliferation in solid islands (blue arrow). (H & E Staining, 10×) (b) basal layer is composed of cuboidal to columnar ameloblast-like cells (blue arrow) with overlying loosely arranged stellate reticulum-like cells (black arrow) along with numerous ghost cells, which appear as epithelial cells devoid of nuclei but retained basic cell outline (red arrow). (H & E Staining, 40×)