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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: Immunohistochemical stains for IgG (a, c and e) and albumin (b, d and f) are depicted in three representative cases. (a and b) are cerebral cortex from 2 months, 18-day-old female infant who was found unresponsive from blunt for trauma to the head and not resuscitated. (c and d) are cerebral cortex from a 1 year 3-week-old female toddler, who was also found unresponsive following blunt force trauma to the head and not resuscitated. Both children had accompanying acute subdural hemorrhage. Note at these low magnifications the pronounced subpial immunoreactivity for both IgG and albumin. (e and f) are cerebral cortexes of a 5-month-old infant found dead in an unsafe sleep environment. IgG is negative and albumin shows background staining with no specific pattern. IgG: Immunoglobulin G

Figure 2: Immunohistochemical stains for IgG (a, c and e) and albumin (b, d and f) are depicted in three representative cases. (a and b) are cerebral cortex from 2 months, 18-day-old female infant who was found unresponsive from blunt for trauma to the head and not resuscitated. (c and d) are cerebral cortex from a 1 year 3-week-old female toddler, who was also found unresponsive following blunt force trauma to the head and not resuscitated. Both children had accompanying acute subdural hemorrhage. Note at these low magnifications the pronounced subpial immunoreactivity for both IgG and albumin. (e and f) are cerebral cortexes of a 5-month-old infant found dead in an unsafe sleep environment. IgG is negative and albumin shows background staining with no specific pattern. IgG: Immunoglobulin G