Journal of Toxicology / 2013 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Effect of Aqueous Stem Bark Extract of Khaya senegalensis on Some Biochemical, Haematological, and Histopathological Parameters of Rats

Figure 1

Photomicrographs of liver sections from control dose group (a) and treated dose group (b), H&E stain, 400x. (a) Normal architecture of the liver showing the bile duct (BD) and central vein (CV) in the center of hepatic lobule filled with blood (B). Hepatocytes (H), arranged in the form of cords, are rounded in a polyhedral shape and radiate peripherally; they show the nucleus (N) with clear nuclear membrane and nucleolus (No), and cords are separated by sinusoids (S) with Kupffer cells (k). (b) Normal architecture of the liver that show the nucleus (N) with a clear nuclear membrane, and cords are separated by sinusoids (S) with Kupffer cells (k), with lymphocytes (L) surrounding the central vein.
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