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Figure 2: Photomicrograph of the skeletal muscle. (a) Control group had shown normal architecture of skeletal muscle; (b) Statin group. Splitting within the myofiber and mild perivascular inflammatory infiltrates as shown in arrow; (c and d) KL group, whereas (c) interstitial cellular infiltrates and (d) congestion (arrowhead), edema (curved arrow) and perivascular inflammatory infiltrates (arrow); (e and f) KH group, whereas (e) hyalinization and increase eosinophilia of the myofiber. Infiltration of inflammatory cells and satellite cells (arrow) in the interstitium. (f) Area of necrosis replaced by fibrous connective tissue (red arrow) and adipose tissue (black arrow); (g) Ethanol group, whereas infiltration of inflammatory cells in the interstitium (arrow); (h) KE group, whereas area of necrosis infiltrated with inflammatory reaction (arrow) (hematoxylin and eosin stain)

Figure 2: Photomicrograph of the skeletal muscle. (a) Control group had shown normal architecture of skeletal muscle; (b) Statin group. Splitting within the myofiber and mild perivascular inflammatory infiltrates as shown in arrow; (c and d) KL group, whereas (c) interstitial cellular infiltrates and (d) congestion (arrowhead), edema (curved arrow) and perivascular inflammatory infiltrates (arrow); (e and f) KH group, whereas (e) hyalinization and increase eosinophilia of the myofiber. Infiltration of inflammatory cells and satellite cells (arrow) in the interstitium. (f) Area of necrosis replaced by fibrous connective tissue (red arrow) and adipose tissue (black arrow); (g) Ethanol group, whereas infiltration of inflammatory cells in the interstitium (arrow); (h) KE group, whereas area of necrosis infiltrated with inflammatory reaction (arrow) (hematoxylin and eosin stain)