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Figure 2 Micrographs of liver section from A): G (I) shows normal hepatocytes architecture and mild congestion within the periportal vein, B): G (II) shows intense fibrosis (arrows) dividing the liver lobule into the rounded contours or visible nodules, C): G (III) shows mild thin septa, D): G (III) shows red positive area that indicated moderate fibrosis within the periportal tract entering focally the liver lobule, E): G (IV) shows Occasional thin septa (arrows); may have portal expansion, F): G (IV) shows no septa or rare thin septa; may have portal expansion or mild sinusoidal fibrosis (Van Gieson stain, Scale bar: 20 μm).

Figure 2 Micrographs of liver section from A): G (I) shows normal hepatocytes architecture and mild congestion within the periportal vein, B): G (II) shows intense fibrosis (arrows) dividing the liver lobule into the rounded contours or visible nodules, C): G (III) shows mild thin septa, D): G (III) shows red positive area that indicated moderate fibrosis within the periportal tract entering focally the liver lobule, E): G (IV) shows Occasional thin septa (arrows); may have portal expansion, F): G (IV) shows no septa or rare thin septa; may have portal expansion or mild sinusoidal fibrosis (Van Gieson stain, Scale bar: 20 μm).