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SEM Pathology

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SEM Pathology – What it is

The scanning electron microscope (SEM) histopathologic analysis database (SEM Pathology) will continue to grow with the use of SEMs that provide a new means of obtaining, comparing, and analyzing three-dimensional surface images of renal tissue for findings in research and investigation in many applications that have generally required the use of transmission electron microscopes (TEMs).

SEM Pathology incorporates a new method of SEM image observation and therefore holds strong significance for life and society. We are committed to its expansion and growth.

Overview

3. Advantages of LVSEMs and future tasks

Case (Under construction)

No.CategoryTitleUpdate
1Renal biopsy caseMinimal change nephrotic syndrome (MCNS)
  1. Images of a platinum-blue–stained glomerulus from a case of MCNS (overall and magnified images)
  2. Images of a PAM-stained glomerulus from a case of MCNS (overall and magnified images)
Under construction
2Renal biopsy caseFocal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS)
  1. Images of a platinum-blue–stained glomerulus from a case diagnosed as FSGS (cross-sectional overall and magnified images)
  2. Images of a platinum-blue–stained glomerulus from a case diagnosed as FSGS (surface overall and magnified images)
  3. TEM images of a glomerulus from a case diagnosed as FSGS
  4. Cross-sectional images of a PAM-stained glomerulus from a case diagnosed as FSGS (overall and magnified images)
Under construction
3Renal biopsy caseAlport syndrome
  1. Image of renal biopsy tissue from an Alport syndrome case (TEM image)
  2. Images of a platinum-blue–stained glomerulus from an Alport syndrome case (overall and magnified LVSEM images)
  3. Images of a PAM-stained glomerulus from an Alport syndrome case (overall and magnified LVSEM images)
  4. Images of a PAM-stained glomerulus from an Alport syndrome case clearly
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4Renal biopsy caseThin basement membrane disease (TBMD)
  1. Renal biopsy tissue from a case of TBMD (TEM image)
  2. Images of a PAM-stained glomerulus from a case of TBMD (overall and magnified LV-SEM images)
Under construction
5Renal biopsy caseMembranous nephropathy
  1. Light-microscope and LVSEM images of a glomerulus from a case of membranous nephropathy (overall and magnified images)
  2. Images of a PAM-stained glomerulus from a case of membranous nephropathy (overall and magnified images)
  3. Glomerulus from a case of membranous nephropathy (TEM image)
  4. Glomerulus from a case of membranous nephropathy; case 1: initial to stage I (PAM-stained light-microscope and LVSEM images)
  5. Glomerulus from a case of membranous nephropathy; case 2: stage II to stage III (PAM-stained light-microscope and LVSEM images)
Under construction
6Renal biopsy caseIgA nephropathy
  1. Images of a platinum-blue–stained glomerulus from a case of IgA nephropathy (overall and magnified images)
  2. Images of a PAM-stained glomerulus from a case of IgA nephropathy (overall and magnified images)
Under construction

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