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Figure 1 (A) Liver of Ia treated animals showing dense inflammatory infiltration of hepatic parenchyma (hematoxylin and eosin). (B) Liver of group Ia treated animals showing dilated portal vessels containing a longitudinal section of an immature Schistosoma haematobium worm surrounded by dense inflammatory reaction (Masson trichrome stain). (C) Liver of group IIb control showing a large confluent granuloma comprising many eggs interiorly and surrounded by inflammatory cells infiltration (Masson trichrome stain). (D) Liver of group IIa treated animal showing a diminished granuloma with fewer centers in addition to a dilated portal vessel (Masson trichrome stain).

Figure 1 (A) Liver of Ia treated animals showing dense inflammatory infiltration of hepatic parenchyma (hematoxylin and eosin). (B) Liver of group Ia treated animals showing dilated portal vessels containing a longitudinal section of an immature <i>Schistosoma</i> <i>haematobium</i> worm surrounded by dense inflammatory reaction (Masson trichrome stain). (C) Liver of group IIb control showing a large confluent granuloma comprising many eggs interiorly and surrounded by inflammatory cells infiltration (Masson trichrome stain). (D) Liver of group IIa treated animal showing a diminished granuloma with fewer centers in addition to a dilated portal vessel (Masson trichrome stain).