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Figure 1: Renal biopsies (A, B, C, D of case 3, 4, 1 and 2, respectively) showing marked interstitial inflammatory infiltrates consisting of lymphocytes and occasional eosinophils (black arrow, A). The interstitium is edematous (A) and the glomeruli are normal (C and D). There is also evidence of tubular damage in the form of loss of the brush border and denudation with cellular debris in the tubular lumen (white arrow, D). Hematoxylin and eosin ×400 (A, B), ×100 (C, D).

Figure 1: Renal biopsies (A, B, C, D of case 3, 4, 1 and 2, respectively) showing marked interstitial inflammatory infiltrates consisting of lymphocytes and occasional eosinophils (black arrow, A). The interstitium is edematous (A) and the glomeruli are normal (C and D). There is also evidence of tubular damage in the form of loss of the brush border and denudation with cellular debris in the tubular lumen (white arrow, D). Hematoxylin and eosin ×400 (A, B), ×100 (C, D).