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Figure 6 | Clinical Proteomics

Figure 6

From: Proteomic analysis of human plasma in chronic rheumatic mitral stenosis reveals proteins involved in the complement and coagulation cascade

Figure 6

Histopathological analysis. Representative images (100 X magnification) of hematoxylin-eosin stained sections of 1 normal mitral valve (control) and 3 stenotic mitral valve samples (RHD). Rheumatic mitral valve tissue section shows abundance of inflammatory cells (white arrow head), fibrosis (green arrow) and neovascularization (black arrow). Normal mitral valve section is devoid of inflammatory cells and neovascularization (black arrow).

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