Figure 7. a: H&E stained sections of prostate of control group showing, acini lined by columnar epithelium (arrow head) and are separated by thin stroma (arrow) with oesinophilic homogenous secretions in their lumen (*).

b: Prostate of group II showing pseudostratification of acinar lining epithelium (arrow head) in some areas. Acinar cells with dark pyknotic nuclei (arrow) are detected, widened stroma (S) and Vacuolation in the acinar secretion are seen (*).
c: Stroma of the same groupshowing presence of inflammatory cellular infiltrations (I).
d: Acidophilic vacuolated material (*) is detected in the stroma in the stroma of the same group in between acini with congested capillary (c) and scattered cells(tailed arrow). Acinar cells with dark pyknotic nuclei (arrow head) and vacuolated cytoplasm (arrow) are detected.
e: Sections in the prostate of the follow up group showing reduced epithelial height of prostatic acini revert to simple columnar form (arrow head) with area of flattened acinar cells is observed (arrow) with oesinophilic homogenous secretions in their lumen (*), separated by thin stroma (s) (H&E×400, Scale bar; 20μm ).

Ahmed et al.Journal of Histology & Histopathology  2019 6:2DOI : 10.7243/2055-091X-6-2