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Fig. 6 | Tropical Medicine and Health

Fig. 6

From: Upper gastrointestinal pathophysiology due to mouse malaria Plasmodium berghei ANKA infection

Fig. 6

Pathology of the stomach. A PbA-C57BL/6 mouse with cerebral malaria on day 8 and a PbA-BALB/c mouse on day 15 are shown with uninfected C57BL/6 mouse. a Gastric mucosa of an uninfected C57BL/6 mouse, showing the gastric fold. b Gastric mucosa of the mouse shown in a stained with H&E, showing the gastric fold. c Multiple red patches on the gastric mucosa of a PbA-C57BL/6 mouse. d H&E-stained gastric mucosa of the mouse shown in c, exhibiting gastric submucosal edema. e Dilated gastric mucosa of a PbA-BALB/c mouse. f H&E-stained gastric mucosa of the mouse shown in e, showing thinning of the mucosa and the muscularis propria. GF gastric fold, R red patches, SM submucosal edema

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