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Figure 2

From: Protective effects of (1-(4-hydroxy-phenyl)-3-m-tolyl-propenone chalcone in indomethacin-induced gastric erosive damage in rats

Figure 2

Macroscopic evaluation of the gastric lesions in rats. The normal control group (A) shows no injury of gastric mucosa. The indomethacin treated group (B) produced visible hemorrhagic necrosis of gastric mucosa (black arrow). Rats pre-treated with 50 mg/kg HPTP (C) shows moderate injuries in the gastric mucosa (black arrow) and little flattened (white arrow). Rats pretreated with 100 mg/kg HPTP (D) shows little flattened (white arrow) in gastric mucosa and fewer injuries were observed (black arrow). The omeprazole treated group (E) has more flattened (white arrow) of gastric mucosa and few and small injuries in the gastric mucosa (black arrow).

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