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Figure 1

  1. 1. Figure 1. Renal pathology in Fabry disease. (A) Glomerulus showing extensive inclusion bodies of glycolipid in podocytes (arrowhead), and mild mesangial widening (PAS stain;magnification, x80). (B) Plastic embedded tissue showing in-site deposition of glycolipidin glomerular podocytes (arrowhead; toluidine blue stain; magnification, x80). (C) Plastic embedded renal tissue demonstrating glycolipid inclusion bodies in distal tubules (asterisk), with relative sparing of proximal tubules, and interstitial fibrosis (toluidine blue stain; magnification, x80). (D) Deposition of glycolipid in endothelial cells of peritubular capillaries (asterisk; toluidine blue stain; magnification, x200). (E) Urine showing vacuolated urinary epithelial cells (oval fat bodies) in a Fabry patient(Papanicolaou stain; magnification, x160). Figure modified with permission from Branton et al. (14).
  2. 2. The kidneys are responsible for removing wastes from the body, regulating electrolytebalance and blood pressure, and stimulating red blood cell production.
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