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Figure 3: HE staining and UPK immunohistochemical staining of wounds after surgery. HE changes in the prostatic urethra of the mice after constructing the TULP model at (a) 1 day, (b) 3 days, (c) 5 days, and (d) 7 days. Expression of UPK in the prostatic urethra of the mice after construction of the TULP model (e) 1 day, (f) 3 days, (g) 5 days, and (h) 7 days. The arrow indicates the site of wound. Scale bars = 300 μm. TULP: transurethral laser prostatectomy; UPK: uroplakin; HE: hematoxylin-eosin.

Figure 3: HE staining and UPK immunohistochemical staining of wounds after surgery. HE changes in the prostatic urethra of the mice after constructing the TULP model at (<b>a</b>) 1 day, (<b>b</b>) 3 days, (<b>c</b>) 5 days, and (<b>d</b>) 7 days. Expression of UPK in the prostatic urethra of the mice after construction of the TULP model (<b>e</b>) 1 day, (<b>f</b>) 3 days, (<b>g</b>) 5 days, and (<b>h</b>) 7 days. The arrow indicates the site of wound. Scale bars = 300 μm. TULP: transurethral laser prostatectomy; UPK: uroplakin; HE: hematoxylin-eosin.