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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 4: Image of a (a) gross esophageal ulcer and (b) esophageal mucosal ulcer ratio of acute reflux esophagitis rats. Normal, untreated rats; reflux esophagitis control, reflux esophagitis rats; reflux esophagitis + GK100 mg/kg, Geranium koreanum 100 mg/kg body weight-treated reflux esophagitis rats; reflux esophagitis + GK200 mg/kg, Geranium koreanum 200 mg/kg body weight-treated reflux esophagitis rats. Data are means ± standard deviation; #P < 0.05 and *P < 0.05 compared with normal control and reflux esophagitis control, respectively

Figure 4: Image of a (a) gross esophageal ulcer and (b) esophageal mucosal ulcer ratio of acute reflux esophagitis rats. Normal, untreated rats; reflux esophagitis control, reflux esophagitis rats; reflux esophagitis + GK100 mg/kg, <i>Geranium koreanum</i> 100 mg/kg body weight-treated reflux esophagitis rats; reflux esophagitis + GK200 mg/kg, <i>Geranium koreanum</i> 200 mg/kg body weight-treated reflux esophagitis rats. Data are means ± standard deviation; <sup>#</sup><i>P</i> < 0.05 and *<i>P</i> < 0.05 compared with normal control and reflux esophagitis control, respectively