A Single Lung Transplant in a Patient with Fabry Disease: Causality or Far-Fetched? A Case Report.. Figure 3 Electron microscopical changes in kidney (a) and native lung (b) biopsies. Glomerular podocytes (P) show extensive accumulation of “myeloid” and “zebroid” bodies (arrows) characteristics of Fabry diseases. However, capillary ... #FabryDisease #Fabry_Disease
A zorse is a cross between a female horse and a male zebra. These beautiful mammals look similar to a horse, however, they carry stripes throughout their body just like zebras. The zorse is an all-around docile and friendly creature.
This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art
Eclyse, The Zorse (Mother is a Horse/Father is a Zebra at Safarie Park Zoo in the city of Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock. Most zebra-horse cross-breeds sport stripes across their entire body, Eclyse only has two such patches on its face and rear.