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Figure 2: Gastric mucosa showing the most common rod-shaped morphology of Helicobacter pylori (a, arrows) and the spiral-shaped Helicobacter heilmannii (b, arrowheads). Both photomicrographs are from H and E, ×100 oil magnificationFigure 1: Gastric mucosa showing the least common coccoid-shaped morphology of Helicobacter pylori (arrows). H and E, ×100 oil magnification

Figure 2: Gastric mucosa showing the most common rod-shaped morphology of <i>Helicobacter pylori</i> (a, arrows) and the spiral-shaped <i>Helicobacter heilmannii</i> (b, arrowheads). Both photomicrographs are from H and E, ×100 oil magnificationFigure 1: Gastric mucosa showing the least common coccoid-shaped morphology of <i>Helicobacter pylori</i> (arrows). H and E, ×100 oil magnification