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Figure 2:(a-d) Light micrographs of rat's colon Subgroup IIa (AA – induced colitis): (a and b) H and E stained section showing, features of inflammation and ulceration. The lumen contains sloughed necrotic fragments mixed with inflammatory debris (*), crypts with necrotic columnar and goblet cells, disruption of muscularis mucosa and musculosa (↑). (c) Alcian blue/periodic acid Schiff-stained section of the same subgroup showing, depletion of goblet cells. (d) Gomori's trichrome-stained section of the same subgroup showing, destruction of lamina propria and submucosa (↑↑) (Mic., X100)

Figure 2:(a-d) Light micrographs of rat's colon Subgroup IIa (AA – induced colitis): (a and b) H and E stained section showing, features of inflammation and ulceration. The lumen contains sloughed necrotic fragments mixed with inflammatory debris (*), crypts with necrotic columnar and goblet cells, disruption of muscularis mucosa and musculosa (↑). (c) Alcian blue/periodic acid Schiff-stained section of the same subgroup showing, depletion of goblet cells. (d) Gomori's trichrome-stained section of the same subgroup showing, destruction of lamina propria and submucosa (↑↑) (Mic., X100)