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    • 1899

    Plate IX depicting tissue samples and uric acid crystals in various forms. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Shred Of Tissue (part of a tumour) passed with the urine, consisting of closely packed cells…

    • 1899

    Plate XI depicting various forms of uric acid crystals and deposits. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Uric Acid Crystals (comb forms). Spontaneously precipitated.

    Figure 2: Uric Acid. Colourless,…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting crystallized deposits of ammonium urate in urine after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. As depicted here, such deposits typically consist of dark-brown, spherical masses studded with…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting uric acid crystals with amorphous urates after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. Commonly associated lithuria (an excess of uric acid or its salts in the urine), such crystals typically…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting the crystalline compound phenylglucosazone formed as part of a test to detect the presence of sugar in urine. After the work of internist Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947).

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting uric-acid crystals in urine after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. As depicted here, the crystals are the normal yellowish-red color and crystallized into rhombic, rectangular prisms,…