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Lead is considered as one of the major environmental pollutants that continued to pose health hazards in animal and man in many parts of the world. The current study aimed to investigate the histological effects of corn oil, flaxseed oil and black seed oil against lead acetate-induced hepatic tissue damage in mice. Animals were divided into five groups. The first group served as a control group. The second group was inoculated with 20 mg/kg lead acetate. The third, fourth and fifth groups weredoi:10.5897/jmpr12.658 fatcat:ebsi6smzbjfrpauhekchw7hpea