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Figure 3: (a) Diabetic glomerulosclerosis, focal and segmental sclerosis (black arrow), mild acute tubular injury (circled) without another glomerular disease. LM, H and E, 20, (b) EM: Mesangial expansion (white arrow) and lipid droplets (starred) suggestive of diabetic glomerulosclerosis, (c) EM: mildly thickened basement membrane due to diabetic nephropathy (black arrow), (d) Striped tubular atrophy (circled) (suggestive of chronic calcineurin inhibitor toxicity) and thick tubular basement membranes (suggestive of diabetes mellitus). The mesangium is also mildly expanded pointing to diabetic nephropathy.

Figure 3: (a) Diabetic glomerulosclerosis, focal and segmental sclerosis (black arrow), mild acute tubular injury (circled) without another glomerular disease. LM, H and E, 20, (b) EM: Mesangial expansion (white arrow) and lipid droplets (starred) suggestive of diabetic glomerulosclerosis, (c) EM: mildly thickened basement membrane due to diabetic nephropathy (black arrow), (d) Striped tubular atrophy (circled) (suggestive of chronic calcineurin inhibitor toxicity) and thick tubular basement membranes (suggestive of diabetes mellitus). The mesangium is also mildly expanded pointing to diabetic nephropathy.