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Figure 4: Histopathology of the liver and lungs (H and E, stain). (a and b) Liver ×10 and ×40 magnification shows hepatocytes arranged in cords of 1–2 cell thick, separated by congested sinusoids filled with nucleated red blood corpus cells and hematopoietic cells. The portal triad shows bile ductules, hepatic arteriole, and venule. Central vein appears congested. No features of cirrhosis, necrosis, fibrosis, or interface hepatitis or periportal infiltrates noted (c and d) ×40 and ×100 showed canalicular phase of development lungs; Sections from lung shows tubular structures of varying sizes with wide lumen lined by low cuboidal and flattened cells, separated by mesenchyme invaded by capillaries; Fetal lung in canalicular phase of development, corresponding to 16–24 weeks of gestation

Figure 4: Histopathology of the liver and lungs (H and E, stain). (a and b) Liver ×10 and ×40 magnification shows hepatocytes arranged in cords of 1–2 cell thick, separated by congested sinusoids filled with nucleated red blood corpus cells and hematopoietic cells. The portal triad shows bile ductules, hepatic arteriole, and venule. Central vein appears congested. No features of cirrhosis, necrosis, fibrosis, or interface hepatitis or periportal infiltrates noted (c and d) ×40 and ×100 showed canalicular phase of development lungs; Sections from lung shows tubular structures of varying sizes with wide lumen lined by low cuboidal and flattened cells, separated by mesenchyme invaded by capillaries; Fetal lung in canalicular phase of development, corresponding to 16–24 weeks of gestation