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in males and type 1 bers 588 +/ 61 bers 499 +/ 62 m in females14
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Muscle abnormalities may be classi ed on histopathologic and etiologic grounds into three major categories: (1) neurogenic atrophy: a pattern of muscle pathology consequent to denervation and reinnervation; (2) myopathies: inherited and acquired diseases characterized by abnormalities in the muscle ber itself; these include dystrophies, congenital, in ammatory, metabolic, and toxic myopathies; and (3) disorders of the neuromuscular junction Patients with neuromuscular junction defects usually have only slight and nonspeci c alterations apparent on routine light microscopy and are rarely biopsied except at very specialized centers1 5 Upon review of muscle biopsy slides, speci c features on various stains are important to note It is essential to assess the size and variability of muscle bers, the distribution of ber types, the size and location of the myonuclei, the presence of necrosis, other alterations in the cytoarchitecture and organelles (eg, the presence of target bers, cores, vacuoles, tubular aggregates, and ragged red bers), and any abnormal accumulation of glycogen or lipid Besides the muscle bers, we evaluate the surrounding vasculature (is there evidence of vasculitis and thickened basement membranes ) and the supportive tissue (is there increased endomysial connective tissue, edema, or amyloidosis ) One should characterize any in ammatory cell in ltrate making note of the type (macrophages, lymphocytes, plasma cells, eosinophils, and macrophages) and the location (endomysial,
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Figure 3 7 Increased lipid droplets in muscle bers are evident on this oil red O stain in a case of a lipid storage myopathy
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the major ber types Both types 1 and 2 adult muscle bers are larger in men than in women Type 2 bers are usually larger than type 1 bers in men; type 1 bers are larger than type 2 bers in women The diameter of muscle bers is also dependent on the speci c muscle biopsied For example, in the biceps brachii, the diameters of muscle bers are as follows: type 1 bers 643 +/ 37 m and type 2 bers 727 +/ 53 m in males and type 1 bers 568 +/ 48 m and type 2 bers 546 +/ 70 m in females In the vastus lateralis, the diameters of muscle bers are slightly different: type 1 bers 595 +/ 64 m and type 2 bers 648 +/ 81 m
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Figure 3 8 In addition to ragged red bers seen on modi ed Gomori-trichrome stain (Fig 3 4), mitochondrial myopathies may demonstrate muscle bers with absent or reduced cytochrome oxidase staining (COX) (A) or increased succinic dehydrogenase staining (SDH) (B) Myopathies with ragged red bers that are COX negative but SDH positive associated with mitochondrial DNA mutations
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Figure 3 9 Congo red stain demonstrates amyloid deposition surrounding muscle bers and blood vessels Under routine light microscopy, the amyloid deposition is pinkish red staining (A), apple-green under polarized light, but is most easily appreciated as bright red using rhodamine optics (B)
Figure 3 10 LGMD 2I Muscle biopsies demonstrate reduced or patchy merosin staining (A), absent alpha-dystroglycan staining (B), but normal dystrophin staining (C) around the sarcolemma Immunoperoxidase stains
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Figure 3 11 Speci c types of in ammatory cells, in this case CD8+ T lymphocytes can be seen in the endomysium surrounding muscle bers in polymyositis Immunoperoxidase stain
perimysial, and perivascular), and if there is cellular invasion of nonnecrotic or just necrotic appearing bers We discuss some of the common abnormalities seen on muscle biopsy in the following section, but in more detail in the subsequent chapters where speci c disorders and their characteristic histological features are described In the setting of axonal degeneration, the muscle bers within that motor unit lose their neural input and
undergo denervation atrophy This leads to decreased synthesis of myo laments, degeneration of myo brils, and a reduction in the size of the muscle ber18 The atrophic bers lose their polygonal appearance and look angulated in shape (Fig 3 13) Neurogenic disorders affect motor nerves that innervate both type 1 or 2 bers Therefore, in early denervation, muscle biopsies reveal scattered, atrophic angulated muscle bers of both ber types As more motor nerves degenerate, rather than seeing isolated atrophic angulated bers, there are groups of adjacent muscle bers that are atrophic (grouped atrophy) A feature of denervation is the presence of the socalled target bers Reorganization of the cytoarchitecture within muscle cells results in a rounded central zone of disorganized laments that contain fewer mitochondrial and glycogen Target bers have three zones that are circumferentially oriented, which are best seen on NADH-TR staining (Fig 3 14) The innermost zone is devoid of mitochondrial, glycogen, phosphorylase, and ATPase enzymatic activity; the second zone has increased enzymatic activity, while the third zone exhibits intermediate enzymatic activity Targetoid bers refer to similar appearing bers without a distinct intermediate zone of enzyme activity As with central cores, target and targetoid bers preferentially affect type 1 bers In contrast to central core myopathy in which the cores are present in the majority of type 1 bers, target and targetoid bers are less abundant These occur in neurogenic disorders in the course of reinnervation Target and targetoid bers
Figure 3 12 Electron microscopy is useful in assessing ultrastructural abnormalities such as proliferation of mitochondrial with abnormal paracrystalline inclusions in this muscle biopsy of a patient with mitochondrial myopathy (A) and rods as evident in a biopsy of a patient with nemaline myopathy (B)
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