Microscopic anatomy: normal structure.

@article{King2013MicroscopicAN,
  title={Microscopic anatomy: normal structure.},
  author={Richard Henry King},
  journal={Handbook of clinical neurology},
  year={2013},
  volume={115},
  pages={
          7-27
        }
}
A peripheral nerve trunk is composed of nerve fascicles supported in a fibrous collagenous sheath and defined by concentric layers of cells (the perineurium) that separate the contents (the endoneurium) from its fibrous collagen support (the epineurium). In the endoneurium are myelinated and unmyelinated fibers that are axons combined with their supporting Schwann cells to provide physical and electrical connections with end-organs such as muscle fibers and sensory endings. Axons are tubular… CONTINUE READING
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