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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Photomicrographs of granulation tissue of aspirin and ranolazine when compared with control (H&E staining; upper panels, 10×; lower panels, 40×). Markedly reduced inflammatory mediators, fibroblasts, fibrous tissue and collagen were seen in ranolazine treatment group when compared to that of control. Arrow indicates increased fibroblasts, thick fibrous tissue and dense inflammatory infiltrate in the control group (A) and reduced number of fibroblasts, scanty collagen tissue, decreased thickness of fibrous tissue and sparse inflammatory infiltrate in aspirin (B) and ranolazine group (C).

Figure 1: Photomicrographs of granulation tissue of aspirin and ranolazine when compared with control (H&E staining; upper panels, 10×; lower panels, 40×). Markedly reduced inflammatory mediators, fibroblasts, fibrous tissue and collagen were seen in ranolazine treatment group when compared to that of control. Arrow indicates increased fibroblasts, thick fibrous tissue and dense inflammatory infiltrate in the control group (<b>A</b>) and reduced number of fibroblasts, scanty collagen tissue, decreased thickness of fibrous tissue and sparse inflammatory infiltrate in aspirin (<b>B</b>) and ranolazine group (<b>C</b>).