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, highly-refractive, four-, five-, and six-sided plates, also oval and rounded forms.
Figure 3: Uric Acid. Spear-shaped and lanceolate forms.
Figure 4: Urate Deposit of rose-pink colour, above it there is a moderately thick layer of uric acid crystals (subsequently deposited).
Figure 5: Cholesterin. (Successively treated with iodine and concentrated sulphuric acid) in the form of large and small crystalline plates, presenting a variety of colours.
Figure 6: Urinary Indigo. In the form of flakes and irregular particles, spontaneously precipitated on the occurrence of alkaline fermentation.
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