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Figure 1: (a) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-I showing round polygonal cells with spherical nucleus (arrow) H and E (400 X). (b) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-II showing hepatocytes are distinct and relatively normal, no fatty change, cytoplasm not vacuolated. (arrow) H and E (400 X). (c) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-III showing no area of necrosis, no fatty degeneration and change only slight dilation of blood vessels.(arrow) H and E (400 X). (d) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-IV showingdoubling of nuclei and dilated blood vessel (arrow). (e) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-V showing fatty degenaration, and pleiomorphic nuclei. (arrow) H and E (400 X). (f) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-VI showing pleiomorphicnulei, dilated blood vessels and Lymphocytes surrounding ducts and ductules. (arrow). H and E (400X)

Figure 1: (a) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-I showing round polygonal cells with spherical nucleus (arrow) H and E (400 X). (b) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-II showing hepatocytes are distinct and relatively normal, no fatty change, cytoplasm not vacuolated. (arrow) H and E (400 X). (c) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-III showing no area of necrosis, no fatty degeneration and change only slight dilation of blood vessels.(arrow) H and E (400 X). (d) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-IV showingdoubling of nuclei and dilated blood vessel (arrow). (e) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-V showing fatty degenaration, and pleiomorphic nuclei. (arrow) H and E (400 X). (f) Microphotographs of liver of Gr-VI showing  pleiomorphicnulei, dilated blood vessels and Lymphocytes surrounding ducts and ductules. (arrow). H and E (400X)