Figure 2. Histopathologic appearance of renal biopsy sample from 54-year-old mink farmer in Denmark who had been exposed to Aleutian mink disease parvovirus−infected mink for 34 years (patient 2). A) Glomeruli with hypercellularity and crescents. Original magnification ×20. B) Electron microscopy showing distinct extracellular deposits of coarse 20-nm fibrils (microtubular structures) characterized as immunotactoid glomerulopathy. Original magnification ×100,000.
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