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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Fig. 6 | Clinical Phytoscience

Fig. 6

From: Modulatory efficacy of Punica granatum L. powder ethanol extract (PLEE) on lead acetate-induced hepatic and renal toxicity

Fig. 6

Histological photomicrographs of liver samples from Wistar rats with Lead acetate-induced toxicity and treated with PLEE (Mag., X100). A (Control group): No visible lesions seen; B (Lead only): There is a mild to moderate congestion of the portal vessels (arrows). There appears to be a mild periportal fibroplasia (arrowheads); C (Lead + PLEE (1): There is a moderate to severe portal and central venous congestion; D (Lead + PLEE (2): There is mild congestion of the portal vessels; E (PLEE (1) No visible lesions are seen; F (PLEE (2): There are mild portal and central venous congestions

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