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Histopathological evaluation of the therapeutic effect of herbal CPD. 861 on liver fibrosis


, : Histopathological evaluation of the therapeutic effect of herbal CPD. 861 on liver fibrosis. Chinese Journal of Hepatology 5(2): 77-78

The therapeutic effect of the herbal drug, CPD. 861, against liver fibrosis was evaluated in 22 patients. One group (12 patients) was treated CPD. 861 for 6 months while the other group (10 patients, control) was treated with Yigan-ning herbal granules. Twenty patients were biopsied before and after treatment. CPD. 861 treatment reduced the fibrosis score from 10+or-9.92 to 2.58+or-2.07 and the inflammation score from 18.25+or-7.4 to 8.5+or-2.7.

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