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Diagnose This (November 8, 2021)

lupus nephritis
In a patient with SLE, deposits in this location are typically seen in which class(es) of lupus nephritis?     ​ ​   ​   ​ ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​   ​ ​   ​ ​  ...

Jones Deposits

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A well-prepared Jones methenamine silver stain can help localize immune deposits.  By sharply defining the glomerular capillary basement membrane (GBM), the Jones stain confirms that the massive confluence of immune deposits is confined to the subendothelial region of the capillary wall.  Predominantly subepithelial deposits, in contrast, would be expected in most cases of membranous glomerulopathy.