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From: Vitamin C-induced hyperoxaluria causing reversible tubulointerstitial nephritis and chronic renal failure: a case report

Figure 2

Slides from left kidney biopsy and CT image of abdomen. There is extensive interstitial fibrosis and tubular atrophy, with marked medial fibrosis in an artery on the lower right (trichrome/10x) (a); bright crystals are seen under partial polarization within the lumens of two tubules (arrows) (H&E/20x) (b). A 10 mm calculus is seen in the right extra renal pelvis (arrow) in the CT (c).

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