Figure 2: Shows liver sections from (a) normal control animals; (b) Pasteurella-infected group showing degeneration, necrosis of hepatocytes, and severe congestion of blood vessels; (c) allicin-treated rabbits; (d) norfloxacin-treated rabbits; and (e) infected rabbits, treated with allicin and norfloxacin combination. Arrows refer to thickening of interstitial tissue with dilated capillaries and leucocytes, and arrowheads refer to edema. Hematoxylin and eosin stain; magnification: 100x.