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Figure 8: TEM micrographs of GI: (a) Lung edema with degeneration of the alveolar cells (1); endothelial cells lining the blood vessels (2); amorphous light electron-dense material (3) in the lumen of the alveoli and air bubbles (4) (7th dpi). (b) Hypertrophied pneumocytes type II with numerous vacuoles and swelling of mitochondria (1); septal capillary (2) (7th dpi). (c) Septal capillary (1); RBCs (2); electron-dense variable size and shape structures that seem to be parts of larvae in the septal wall and perivascular under the flattened alveolar cells type I (3); alveolar lumen (4); pneumocytes type II (5) (14th dpi).

Figure 8: TEM micrographs of GI: (a) Lung edema with degeneration of the alveolar cells (1); endothelial cells lining the blood vessels (2); amorphous light electron-dense material (3) in the lumen of the alveoli and air bubbles (4) (7th dpi). (b) Hypertrophied pneumocytes type II with numerous vacuoles and swelling of mitochondria (1); septal capillary (2) (7th dpi). (c) Septal capillary (1); RBCs (2); electron-dense variable size and shape structures that seem to be parts of larvae in the septal wall and perivascular under the flattened alveolar cells type I (3); alveolar lumen (4); pneumocytes type II (5) (14th dpi).