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Spinal Cord, Dorsal Root Ganglion, Neuron - Vacuolation - Gallery

Image of Vacuolation in the Dorsal root ganglion from a Not specified Not specified Not specified in a Not specified  Study
Normal appearance of rat dorsal root ganglionic neurons (cresyl violet). Image provided courtesy Dr. G. Krinke.
Image of Vacuolation in the Dorsal root ganglion from a Not specified Not specified Not specified in a Not specified  Study
Genuine dorsal root ganglionic vacuoles, appearing as variably sized, but generally large, clear vacuoles in the perikaryon of the affected neurons, may be accompanied by chromatolysis (arrow). Image provided courtesy Dr. G. Krinke.