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Figure 2: Liver sections of rats treated with Monodora myristica (MM), Keayodendron bridelioides (KB) and SA. (a) Control no visible lesions observed, (b) NaAsO2 (2.5 mg/kg) showing diffused degeneration of hepatocytes, portal congestion, fibroplasia and periportal cellular infiltration by mononuclear cells, (c) KB only (100 mg/kg), showing no visible lesions and (d) KB + SA (100 mg/kg and 2.5 mg/kg) showing congestion of vacuole and hepatocytes cellularity. (e) MM only (100 mg/kg) with diffuse vacuolar hepatocyte degeneration. (f) MM + SA (100 mg/kg and 2.5 mg/kg) presented with severe portal congestion and cellular infiltration of portal vessels

Figure 2: Liver sections of rats treated with <i>Monodora myristica</i> (MM), <i>Keayodendron bridelioides</i> (KB) and SA. (a) Control no visible lesions observed, (b) NaAsO2 (2.5 mg/kg) showing diffused degeneration of hepatocytes, portal congestion, fibroplasia and periportal cellular infiltration by mononuclear cells, (c) KB only (100 mg/kg), showing no visible lesions and (d) KB + SA (100 mg/kg and 2.5 mg/kg) showing congestion of vacuole and hepatocytes cellularity. (e) MM only (100 mg/kg) with diffuse vacuolar hepatocyte degeneration. (f) MM + SA (100 mg/kg and 2.5 mg/kg) presented with severe portal congestion and cellular infiltration of portal vessels