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Figure 1: Gross picture of hepatic venous malformation tissue (A), and its histopathology (H & E, ×400), where numerous medium- to large-diameter vessel compartments can be seen lined with flat endothelium (B). Positive galectin-3 protein (C) and mRNA staining (D), respectively, in hepatic venous malformation tissue (×400); negative galectin-3 protein (E) and mRNA staining (F), respectively, in hepatic venous malformation tissue (×400).

Figure 1: Gross picture of hepatic venous malformation tissue (<b>A</b>), and its histopathology (H & E, ×400), where numerous medium- to large-diameter vessel compartments can be seen lined with flat endothelium (<b>B</b>). Positive galectin-3 protein (<b>C</b>) and mRNA staining (<b>D</b>), respectively, in hepatic venous malformation tissue (×400); negative galectin-3 protein (<b>E</b>) and mRNA staining (<b>F</b>), respectively, in hepatic venous malformation tissue (×400).