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Figure 2: (a) Postmortem changes in gingival tissue at 4 h shows H and E, ×20 View: pyknotic nucleus (black arrow), cytoplasmic vacuolation, disruption in the superficial layer (blue arrow). (b) Postmortem changes in gingival tissue at 4 h. H and E, ×20 View: showing loss of desmosomes. Nuclear changes such as karyorrhexis (blue arrow) and karyolysis (black arrow) with chromatin condensation. Homogenization increased in the epithelium (*)

Figure 2: (a) Postmortem changes in gingival tissue at 4 h shows H and E, ×20 View: pyknotic nucleus (black arrow), cytoplasmic vacuolation, disruption in the superficial layer (blue arrow). (b) Postmortem changes in gingival tissue at 4 h. H and E, ×20 View: showing loss of desmosomes. Nuclear changes such as karyorrhexis (blue arrow) and karyolysis (black arrow) with chromatin condensation. Homogenization increased in the epithelium (*)