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Fig. 2. Histologic sections stained with Hematoxylin-Eosin (H&E) show the liver of the experimental groups: (A) control rats, (B) (Se + Vit E) treated rats, (C) BPA treated rats, (D) (Se + Vit E)/BPA treated rats. (A) Liver section of control rats showing a healthy parenchyma, normal hepatic plates radiating from a thin walled central vein (green arrow) separated by blood sinusoids lined by endothelial cells, polyhedral hepatocytes contained rounded vesicular nuclei ×100. (B) Liver section of (Se + Vit E) treated rats showing a healthy hepatic architecture ×100. (C) The histo-architecture of the liver tissue of BPA treated rats shows congestions of hepatoportal blood vessels (bleu arrows), inflammatory cellular infiltrations (black arrow) and degeneration of hepatocytes (asterisk) with necrotic foci scattered throughout the liver (N) ×100. (D) The liver section of (Se + Vit E)/BPA treated rats show few inflammatory cellular infiltrations (black arrow) ×100.
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