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Figure 3: Electron microscopy images of the second kidney biopsy specimen. (a) Glomerular mesangial cells and the stroma are heavily proliferated and widely inserted. Endothelial cells are diffusely proliferated, electron-dense deposits are observed in the subendothelial and mesangial areas, and coarse granular structures are observed within them (×5000). (b) Increased numbers of tubule lysosomes and renal interstitial lymphatic mononuclear cell infiltration, with collagen fiber hyperplasia, are observed (×8000)

Figure 3: Electron microscopy images of the second kidney biopsy       specimen. (a) Glomerular mesangial cells and the stroma are heavily proliferated and widely inserted. Endothelial cells are diffusely proliferated, electron-dense deposits are observed in the subendothelial and mesangial areas, and coarse granular structures are observed within them (×5000). (b) Increased numbers of tubule lysosomes and renal interstitial lymphatic mononuclear cell infiltration, with collagen fiber hyperplasia, are observed (×8000)