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Figure 4: Electron micrographs of ultrathin sections of rat sciatic nerve of the Recovery Group showing (A, B) multiple axons (Ax) with normal appearance and endoneurium (E) in between, surrounded by myelin sheath and Schwann cells (Sch), with (C–E) some focal lysis (biffed arrow), (D) focal appearance of redundant myelin (double arrow), and (E, F) membrane-bound vacuoles (V) in some axons (Ax) with (G, H) separation (arrow) of myelin sheath from the axon at some sites.

Figure 4: Electron micrographs of ultrathin sections of rat sciatic nerve of the Recovery Group showing (A, B) multiple axons (Ax) with normal appearance and endoneurium (E) in between, surrounded by myelin sheath and Schwann cells (Sch), with (C–E) some focal lysis (biffed arrow), (D) focal appearance of redundant myelin (double arrow), and (E, F) membrane-bound vacuoles (V) in some axons (Ax) with (G, H) separation (arrow) of myelin sheath from the axon at some sites.