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Figure 3: (a) H and E staining of spleen showing capsulitis and extensive disorganization of splenic tissue (×200). (b) Showing infiltration of the spleen by macrophages, plasma cells and megakaryocytes (arrow) (×400). (c) H and E staining of lymph node showing capsulitis (arrow) and infiltration by plasma cells and histiocytes (×400). (d) H and E staining of the liver showing the presence of well-formed granuloma formed mainly of macrophages. Also hypertrophy/hyperplasia of kupffer cells (arrows) (×400)

Figure 3: (a) H and E staining of spleen showing capsulitis and extensive disorganization of splenic tissue (×200). (b) Showing infiltration of the spleen by macrophages, plasma cells and megakaryocytes (arrow) (×400). (c) H and E staining of lymph node showing capsulitis (arrow) and infiltration by plasma cells and histiocytes (×400). (d) H and E staining of the liver showing the presence of well-formed granuloma formed mainly of macrophages. Also hypertrophy/hyperplasia of kupffer cells (arrows) (×400)