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Fig. 2

From: Congenital diaphragmatic hernia with concurrent aplasia of the pericardium in a foal

Fig. 2

Histopathology changes in the translocated part of the liver. Image a: Chronic passive liver congestion and fibrosis in the herniated lobe. Portal area: fibrosis, medial hypertrophy of blood vessels and mild perisinusoidal fibrosis; H&E, scale bar = 50 μm; Image b: Liver, chronic passive liver congestion and fibrosis (blue) in the herniated lobe. Connective tissue deposition was observed in the proximity of the centrolobular vein and portal areas (*). MT, scale bar = 100 μm; Image c: Liver telangiectasia (*) in the herniated hepatic lobe marked by severe dilation of the sinusoidal capillaries and atrophy of the hepatocytes; H&E, scale bar = 100 μm Image d: Liver, prominent perisinusoidal fibrosis, congested sinusoid capillaries, atrophied hepatocytes and disrupted hepatic cords; MT, bar = 50 μm

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