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Figure 1: Photomicrographs show moderate mononuclear cell infiltration in lamina propria including lymphocytes and plasma cell infiltrate in lamina propria (arrow) [a × 100]. Neutrophilic activity is seen in lamina propria and the gastric pits (arrows) [b × 200]. Gastric biopsy shows surface mucosal ulceration and acute inflammatory exudate (arrow) [c × 100]. Warthin Starry silver stain showing minimal [d × 400] and marked [e × 400] colonization by H. pylori in gastric foveolar mucosa (arrows). A gastric antral biopsy shows a deep infiltration pattern of H. pylori in the deeper part of the foveolae (arrows), antral mucus glands (arrows), and lamina propria [f × 100]

Figure 1: Photomicrographs show moderate mononuclear cell infiltration in lamina propria including lymphocytes and plasma cell infiltrate in lamina propria (arrow) [a × 100]. Neutrophilic activity is seen in lamina propria and the gastric pits (arrows) [b × 200]. Gastric biopsy shows surface mucosal ulceration and acute inflammatory exudate (arrow) [c × 100]. Warthin Starry silver stain showing minimal [d × 400] and marked [e × 400] colonization by <i>H. pylori</i> in gastric foveolar mucosa (arrows). A gastric antral biopsy shows a deep infiltration pattern of <i>H. pylori</i> in the deeper part of the foveolae (arrows), antral mucus glands (arrows), and lamina propria [f × 100]