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Inclusion Body Myositis

Jon Wilson, MD neuropathologist at arkana laboratories
By Jon Wilson, MD

Dec 30, 2021

Inclusion Body Myositis

Happy New Year from the Neuro Notes team!

This diagnostic electron microscopy image shows an amyloid-like intranuclear inclusion in a patient with sporadic Inclusion Body Myositis (sIBM). Notice the intrasarcoplasmic lipofuscin pigment toward the left middle and upper region of the image and the disorganized sarcomeres toward the right middle and upper region of the image.


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