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Figure 1: Photomicrographs of H and E stained sections (a): Coronal section in the spleen of control rat showing normal architecture of the spleen. The parenchyma of the spleen consists of white pulp (WP) with central arteriole (A), and red pulp (RP). The red pulp is composed of a network of cell cords in series with vascular sinuses (VS). (b) The diabetic group showed distorted splenic contour. The contours of the white pulp were lost and appeared irregular in the diabetic group when compared with the control group (arrows). (c) The curcumin-treated group, well-defined white pulp can be detected (WB) with central arteriole (A), red pulp (RB). The red pulp is composed of a network of cell cords in series with VS (H and E, ×100)

Figure 1: Photomicrographs of H and E stained sections (a): Coronal section in the spleen of control rat showing normal architecture of the spleen. The parenchyma of the spleen consists of white pulp (WP) with central arteriole (A), and red pulp (RP). The red pulp is composed of a network of cell cords in series with vascular sinuses (VS). (b) The diabetic group showed distorted splenic contour. The contours of the white pulp were lost and appeared irregular in the diabetic group when compared with the control group (arrows). (c) The curcumin-treated group, well-defined white pulp can be detected (WB) with central arteriole (A), red pulp (RB). The red pulp is composed of a network of cell cords in series with VS (H and E, ×100)