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Twitter Poll (June 28, 2018)

By Vanessa Moreno, MD

Jun 29, 2018

Subepithelial Deposits


This is true. In contrast, a diagnosis of combined class IV and class V lupus nephritis is warranted only if subepithelial deposits involve at least 50% of the glomerular capillary surface area in at least 50% of glomeruli by light microscopy or immunofluorescence microscopy.


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