Nerves - individual nerve fibers are difficult to identify because most are small unmyelinated or only lightly myelinated axons. This is in contrast to the larger, myelinated axons from the dorsal root ganglion.
Schwann Cells - glial cells that wrap multiple unmyelinated axons in cytoplasmic folds of a single Schwann cell. Their large, round nuclei are adjacent to some axons.
Fibroblasts - elongated nuclei between axons. (Most frequent nuclei seen in nerves.)
Connective Tissue - the ganglion is enclosed by a capsule of dense irregular connective tissue. Blood vessels are also seen within the ganglion.