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Figure 1: (a) A small cluster of atrophic cells (small arrow) with some more normal myocytes in the bottom right. They are separated by fat (×4). (b) Centered on the atrophic fibers which are ragged and irregular (small white arrow). One myocyte (small black arrow) is more normal with a geometric outline and solid cytoplasm (×10). (c) The NADH (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) stain shows a couple of cells with significantly darker staining than their neighbors and are also small in comparison. These are the atrophic cells. There are no nflammatory cells

Figure 1: (a) A small cluster of atrophic cells (small arrow) with some more normal myocytes in the bottom right. They are separated by fat (×4). (b) Centered on the atrophic fibers which are ragged and irregular (small white arrow). One myocyte (small black arrow) is more normal with a geometric outline and solid cytoplasm (×10). (c) The NADH (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) stain shows a couple of cells with significantly darker staining than their neighbors and are also small in comparison. These are the atrophic cells. There are no nflammatory cells