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 (mostly epithelial) covered with acicular crystals and a few rhombic plates of haematoidin.
Figure 2: Naked eye appearances of some urinary sediments.
Figure 3: Uric Acid Crystals, including whet-stone, spindle, barrel, rectangular, and quadratic forms...[illustrating irregular modes of growth and pigmentation].
Figure 4: Uric Acid Crystals in the form of regular and irregular whet-stone crystals grouped in various ways.
Figure 5: Uric Acid Crystals in rosettes and sunflower forms.
Figure 6: Uric Acid Crystals in "drusy forms."
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