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Figure 2: (a) Electron microscopic photograph from Case 4 showing podocytic foot process effacement and marked podocytic activation in the form of extensive villiform transformation of tertiary foot processes (Vi), rarefied and bulbous secondary foot processes, prominent rough endoplasmic reticulum, and microcystic change (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×7900). (b) Electron microscopic photograph from Case 14 showing podocytic foot process effacement and podocytic inactivation (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×3950). (c) Electron microscopic photograph showing preserved subpodocytic space (black arrows) in Case 1 (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×12,000). (d) Electron microscopic photograph from Case 11 showing a loss (black star) of subpodocytic space (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×14,000)

Figure 2: (a) Electron microscopic photograph from Case 4 showing podocytic foot process effacement and marked podocytic activation in the form of extensive villiform transformation of tertiary foot processes (Vi), rarefied and bulbous secondary foot processes, prominent rough endoplasmic reticulum, and microcystic change (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×7900). (b) Electron microscopic photograph from Case 14 showing podocytic foot process effacement and podocytic inactivation (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×3950). (c) Electron microscopic photograph showing preserved subpodocytic space (black arrows) in Case 1 (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×12,000). (d) Electron microscopic photograph from Case 11 showing a loss (black star) of subpodocytic space (Uranyl acetate-lead citrate, ×14,000)