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 fine, sharp-pointed spicula, alternately termed "thorn-apple crystals."
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