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Figure 3 Histopathological results: (a) Section in the vagina showing mild inflammatory changes in the form of congested blood vessels (black arrows) and inflammatory cell infiltrate in vaginal wall (red arrows) (H&E, 10×). (b) Section in the vagina showing nodular collection of chronic inflammatory cells (black arrow) (H&E, 10×). (c) Section in the vagina showing inflammatory cell infiltrate is formed mainly of lymphocytes, plasma cells and macrophages, with scattered neutrophils (black arrows). Thick walled blood vessels (red arrows) are also seen (H&E, 20×).

Figure 3 <b>Histopathological results:</b> (a) Section in the vagina showing mild inflammatory changes in the form of congested blood vessels (black arrows) and inflammatory cell infiltrate in vaginal wall (red arrows) (H&E, 10×). (b) Section in the vagina showing nodular collection of chronic inflammatory cells (black arrow) (H&E, 10×). (c) Section in the vagina showing inflammatory cell infiltrate is formed mainly of lymphocytes, plasma cells and macrophages, with scattered neutrophils (black arrows). Thick walled blood vessels (red arrows) are also seen (H&E, 20×).