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 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 1. Numerous periglomerular microarterioles (arrows), which are smaller than afferent arterioles are seen around the glomeruli (a-c, PAM-Masson, ×400). Some periglomerular microarterioles are in contact with the glomerular tuft through Bowman's capsule (arrowheads). The vascular nature of periglomerular microarterioles was determined by a positive reaction with anti-CD34 antibody (d) and antialpha smooth muscle actin antibody (e) on serial sections.

Figure 1. Numerous periglomerular microarterioles (arrows), which are smaller than afferent arterioles are seen around the glomeruli (a-c, PAM-Masson, ×400). Some periglomerular microarterioles are in contact with the glomerular tuft through Bowman's capsule (arrowheads). The vascular nature of periglomerular microarterioles was determined by a positive reaction with anti-CD34 antibody (d) and antialpha smooth muscle actin antibody (e) on serial sections.