Histopathological Study of Experimentally Crushed Skeletal Muscle’s Regeneration in Adult Albino Rats
Keywords:Aldehyde fuchsin, Fast green, Myofibers, Picrosirius red, Satellite cells, Staining
Aim: This study aims to explain all the events of skeletal muscle repair and regeneration with the help of suitable histophathlogical photomicrographs taken from crush-injured adult albino rat’s gluteus maximus muscle. Materials and Methods: The present study is part of our previous research study related to skeletal muscle repair and regeneration in crush injured gluteus maximus muscle of adult albino rats. The samples were processed for histopathological examination using routine and special histological staining procedures. The tissue samples were examined under trinocular microscope, and the fields showing interesting findings were recorded under different magnification. Results: In this study we observed all regenerative changes in myofibers and related structures after crushed injury. Conclusion: Histopathological studies with good stainings are helpful for the easy identification of minute changes that occurs in each stages of skeletal muscle regeneration.
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