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Figure 1: Microscopic section of (a) ischemia-reperfusion injury control – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fibers, (3) loss of striation, (4) diffuse inflammation (5) necrosis. (b) Hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) treated – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers, (3) loss of striation. (c) Green tea extract-100 (GTE)-100 – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fibers, (3) loss of striation. (d) GTE-500 – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers. (e) GTE-100 + HCTZ – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers, (3) loss of striation. (f) GTE-500 + HCTZ – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers, (3) loss of striation (H and E, ×400)

Figure 1: Microscopic section of (a) ischemia-reperfusion injury control – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fibers, (3) loss of striation, (4) diffuse inflammation (5) necrosis. (b) Hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) treated – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers, (3) loss of striation. (c) Green tea extract-100 (GTE)-100 – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fibers, (3) loss of striation. (d) GTE-500 – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers. (e) GTE-100 + HCTZ – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers, (3) loss of striation. (f) GTE-500 + HCTZ – (1) Myocardial edema, (2) separation of fi bers, (3) loss of striation (H and E, ×400)