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Figure 6 A photomicrograph in a section of a thoracic aorta in the atherosclerotic group showing adhesions of RBCs to the surface of the intima (arrow head). Note the presence of many vacuolated cells in sub-endothelial layer (thick arrows).There is an apparent increase in the thickness of the sub-endothelial layer (thin arrow). Also there are many mononuclear cell infiltrations in the tunica intima (curved arrow). (H&Eosin X400)

Figure 6 A photomicrograph in a section of a thoracic aorta in the atherosclerotic group showing adhesions of RBCs to the surface of the intima (arrow head). Note the presence of many vacuolated cells in sub-endothelial layer (thick arrows).There is an apparent increase in the thickness of the sub-endothelial layer (thin arrow). Also there are many mononuclear cell infiltrations in the tunica intima (curved arrow). (H&Eosin X400)