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Figure 2: (a) Gross specimen of the kidney showing retained normal shape. (b) Cut surface of the kidney showing no identifiable renal parenchyma. The entire cut surface appears yellowish, showing replacement by fat. (c) Photomicrograph showing sections from the kidney showing adipose tissue with degenerative changes (H and E ×10) (d) Photomicrograph showing sections of the microscopic-identifiable kidney showing features of chronic pyelonephritis, in the form of thyroidization of tubules (black asterisk) and dense lymphocytic inflammatory infiltrate (black arrow) (H and E ×10)

Figure 2: (a) Gross specimen of the kidney showing retained normal shape. (b) Cut surface of the kidney showing no identifiable renal parenchyma. The entire cut surface appears yellowish, showing replacement by fat. (c) Photomicrograph showing sections from the kidney showing adipose tissue with degenerative changes (H and E ×10) (d) Photomicrograph showing sections of the microscopic-identifiable kidney showing features of chronic pyelonephritis, in the form of thyroidization of tubules (black asterisk) and dense lymphocytic inflammatory infiltrate (black arrow) (H and E ×10)