Plate V: Uric Acid Crystals with Amorphous Urates
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 possess a deep-yellow or orange-red color and rhombic prism design.
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“Plate V: Uric Acid Crystals with Amorphous Urates.” Practical Uranalysis and Urinary Diagnosis, 1898. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/gm80hw154.
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