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Figure 2 :Some histologic features of NASH. (a) Mixed macrovesicular and microvesicular steatosis (H and E, ×200), (b) Zonal distribution of steatosis (zone three) in NASH (H and E, ×200), (c) A foci of lobular inflammation composed of lymphocytes (H and E, ×400), (d) Mallory's hyaline stained with immunohistochemistry for Ubiquitin (Chromogen - DAB, ×1000), (e) Nuclear vacuolati on in hepatocytes (frequently seen in diabetic NASH pati ents) (H and E, ×1000), (f) Apoptoti c body (H and E, ×400)

Figure 2 :Some histologic features of NASH. (a) Mixed macrovesicular and microvesicular steatosis (H and E, ×200), (b) Zonal distribution of steatosis (zone three) in NASH (H and E, ×200), (c) A foci of lobular
inflammation composed of lymphocytes (H and E, ×400), (d) Mallory's hyaline stained with immunohistochemistry for Ubiquitin (Chromogen - DAB, ×1000), (e) Nuclear vacuolati on in hepatocytes (frequently seen in diabetic NASH pati ents) (H and E, ×1000), (f) Apoptoti c body (H and
E, ×400)