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Fig. 1 | BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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From: Hepatoprotective action of various partitions of methanol extract of Bauhinia purpurea leaves against paracetamol-induced liver toxicity: involvement of the antioxidant mechanisms

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a Normal liver parenchyma, b Section of liver tissue treated with 3 g/kg PCM (p.o) showing massive necrosis, and inflammation. c Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 200 mg/kg silymarin followed by PCM showing preservation of normal hepatocytes. d Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 50 mg/kg PEBP followed by PCM showing massive tissue necrosis and mild inflammation. e Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 250 mg/kg PEBP followed by PCM showing moderate necrosis and mild inflammation. f Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 500 mg/kg PEBP followed by PCM showing moderate necrosis and inflammation. g Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 50 mg/kg EABP followed by PCM showing moderate necrosis. h Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 250 mg/kg EABP followed by PCM showing mild necrosis. i Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 500 mg/kg EABP followed by PCM showing mild inflammation and necrosis. j Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 50 mg/kg AQBP followed by PCM showing moderate inflammation and necrosis. k Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 250 mg/kg AQBP followed by PCM showing mild necrosis and inflammation. l Section of liver tissue pre-treated with 500 mg/kg AQBP followed by PCM showing mild inflammation. (H & E, X100). CV) central vein. N) necrosis. I) inflammation

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