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Figure 4

From: Doppler ultrasound findings correlate with tissue vascularity and inflammation in surgical pathology specimens from patients with small intestinal Crohn’s disease

Figure 4

Representative examples of pathological findings of the (A) “hypo-flow” and (B) “hyper-flow” surgical specimens. H&E staining revealed more active inflammation in “hyper-flow” (B) than in “hypo-flow” (A) cases. Vascular walls stained immunohistochemically using an anti-factor VIII antibody and macrophages stained with an anti-CD163 antibody were more prominent in “hyper-flow” (B) compared with “hypo-flow” (A) cases.

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