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Figure 1: Photomicrograph showing maintained fascicular architecture with prominent perimyseal fat infiltration (a, H and E, X40). There is moderate variation in the fibre size with the presence of a few vacuolated fibres (arrows) (b, H and E, X400). The vacuoles staining intensely for dystrophin (c) and faintly for merosin (d) (IHC, X400). MAC deposits could be appreciated in the vacuoles and on the surface of the myofibres (e, IHC, X400). Positive acid phosphatase reaction in the vacuoles (f, X400)

Figure 1: Photomicrograph showing maintained fascicular architecture with prominent perimyseal fat infiltration (a, H and E, X40). There is moderate variation in the fibre size with the presence of a few vacuolated fibres (arrows) (b, H and E, X400). The vacuoles staining intensely for dystrophin (c) and faintly for merosin (d) (IHC, X400). MAC deposits could be appreciated in the vacuoles and on the surface of the myofibres (e, IHC, X400). Positive acid phosphatase reaction in the vacuoles (f, X400)