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Figure 1: Gross morphological observation of stomach in Helicobacter pylori and acetic acid-induced ulcer in rats treated with geraniol alone or in combination with clarithromycin (×1.3). (a) Normal control group having intact stomach with normal morphology of the stomach. (b) Ulcer control group showing extensive damage to gastric mucosa with sever ulceration (black arrow) condition. (c) Geraniol (30 mg/kg, b.i.d.)-treated rats showed mild injuries and ulcer lesions without hemorrhage (black arrow). (d) Combination drugs (geraniol, 30 mg/kg and clarithromycin, 25 mg/kg, b.i.d.) treated rats showed mild injuries without hemorrhage (black arrow)

Figure 1: Gross morphological observation of stomach in <i>Helicobacter pylori</i> and acetic acid-induced ulcer in rats treated with geraniol alone or in combination with clarithromycin (×1.3). (a) Normal control group having intact stomach with normal morphology of the stomach. (b) Ulcer control group showing extensive damage to gastric mucosa with sever ulceration (black arrow) condition. (c) Geraniol (30 mg/kg, b.i.d.)-treated rats showed mild injuries and ulcer lesions without hemorrhage (black arrow). (d) Combination drugs (geraniol, 30 mg/kg and clarithromycin, 25 mg/kg, b.i.d.) treated rats showed mild injuries without hemorrhage (black arrow)