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Figure 7 Electron microscopy showing (A) large fine granular deposits in the mesangial region (arrows), (B) prominent fine granular subendothelial deposits (arrows) and some intramembranous deposits (arrow heads) in a case of Class III lupus nephritis.

Figure 7 Electron microscopy showing (A) large fine granular deposits in the mesangial region (arrows), (B) prominent fine granular subendothelial deposits (arrows) and some intramembranous deposits (arrow heads) in a case of Class III lupus nephritis.

Figure 12 Class IV lupus nephritis large electron-dense granular deposits around capillary loops are seen in the subepithelial space (arrows in A), the intramembranous region of the basement membrane (arrows in B) and the subendothelial space (arrows in C).

Figure 12 Class IV lupus nephritis large electron-dense granular deposits around capillary loops are seen in the subepithelial space (arrows in A), the intramembranous region of the basement membrane (arrows in B) and the subendothelial space (arrows in C).

Atypical Hyperplasia - UIC Pathology (lobular is circular, ductal is thinner)

Atypical Hyperplasia - UIC Pathology (lobular is circular, ductal is thinner)

Figure 5 Granular electron dense deposits in Class IIB lupus nephritis. (A) in the mesangium (short arrows) and (B) in the capillary basement membrane loops (long arrows).

Figure 5 Granular electron dense deposits in Class IIB lupus nephritis. (A) in the mesangium (short arrows) and (B) in the capillary basement membrane loops (long arrows).

Pictures of kidney with alport syndrom | Kidney non-tumor - Alport’s syndrome

Pictures of kidney with alport syndrom | Kidney non-tumor - Alport’s syndrome

Figure 2 Glomerular capillary loop with granular trace deposits (arrows) in the subendothelium of the capillary basement membrane in a case with Class I lupus nephritis.  Note: An endothelial cell and podocyte are also shown.  Abbreviations: EC, endothelial cell; P, podocyte.

Figure 2 Glomerular capillary loop with granular trace deposits (arrows) in the subendothelium of the capillary basement membrane in a case with Class I lupus nephritis. Note: An endothelial cell and podocyte are also shown. Abbreviations: EC, endothelial cell; P, podocyte.

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