Fig. 2 | Modern Pathology

Fig. 2

From: Utility of glutamine synthetase immunohistochemistry in identifying features of regressed cirrhosis

Fig. 2

a Hematoxylin and eosin of regressed cirrhosis case (low power view), demonstrating the absence of classical features of cirrhosis (lack of well-formed parenchymal nodules and bridging fibrosis). b, c Masson trichrome of regressed cirrhosis cases highlighting delicate, incomplete fibrous septa. d, e Hematoxylin and eosin of regressed cirrhosis cases (higher power views) demonstrating the obliteration of portal veins and veno-portal approximation, respectively

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