PMID: 2336189Mar 26, 1990Paper

Alterations in myelinated fibres in the sciatic nerve of rats after constriction: possible relationships between the presence of abnormal small myelinated fibres and pain-related behaviour

Neuroscience Letters
M GautronG Guilbaud

Abstract

Morphology or peripheral myelinated fibres was analyzed in rats exhibiting hyperalgesia and allodynia with mechanical and thermal stimuli, consecutive to a mononeuropathy induced by 4 loose ligatures around a sciatic nerve. This preliminary study was based on weeks 2-3 after surgery, the time of the maximum alterations of the pain-related behaviour. At this time, contrasting with a marked decrease of the large afferent fibres a consistent number of much less than 5 micron fibres was pointed out. In addition to their extremely short internodal length, the majority of these fibres had an abnormal g-ratio, thus an abnormal myelin sheath. It is suggested that this group of abnormal fibres might be related to the A delta fibres described in neuromas and involved in pain-related behaviours seen in the mononeuropathic rats.

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