Figure 1: The photomicrograph of the testis tissue of rats in different groups (H & E stain; magnification ×400). A: The normal control group shows different stages in seminiferous elements comprising spermatogonia cells (Sperg. A), Leydig cells, Sertoli (Sert), and interstitial cells (ISC) which are normal in appearance. B: The untreated dexamethasone group shows that spermatogonia cells (Sperg. A) are densely populated than the sparse differentiating cells (Sertoli and interstitial cells) with testicular atrophy. C: The dexamethasone plus the aqueous extract of 800 mg/kg of A. digitata group reveals the normal histological arrangement of the testes; the spermatogonia (Sperg A) are prominent at different stage of development, and the differentiating cell, the supporting cell (ISC) and Sertoli cells (Sert) are revealed in details. D: The dexamethasone plus the vitamin E group shows few configurations of spermatogonia (Sperg A), with moderate lumen of seminiferous tubule (Lumen) containing moderate spermatogenesis (Sperm) along with the Sertoli (Sert).