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Figure 3 :Some histologic features of ASH. (a) Hepatocyti c cholestasis (H and E, ×400), (b) Canalicular cholestasis (H and E, ×400), (c) Bile ductular proliferati on seen in ASH. Bile ductules are highlighted by immunohistochemistry for CK7, (Chromogen - DAB, ×400), (d) Mallory's hyaline seen in many hepatocytes (H and E, ×400), (e) Sclerosing hyaline necrosis (H and E, ×400), (f) Cirrhosis in ASH. Liver architecture is distorted with formati on of hepatocyti c nodules surrounded by thick fibrous bands (Masson's trichrome, ×200)

Figure 3 :Some histologic features of ASH. (a) Hepatocyti c cholestasis (H and E, ×400), (b) Canalicular cholestasis (H and E, ×400), (c) Bile ductular proliferati on seen in ASH. Bile ductules are highlighted by
immunohistochemistry for CK7, (Chromogen - DAB, ×400), (d) Mallory's hyaline seen in many hepatocytes (H and E, ×400), (e) Sclerosing hyaline necrosis (H and E, ×400), (f) Cirrhosis in ASH. Liver architecture is distorted with formati on of hepatocyti c nodules surrounded by thick fibrous bands (Masson's trichrome, ×200)