Canine and Feline Cytology: A Color Atlas and Interpretation by Rose E. Raskin, Denny J. Meyer

By Rose E. Raskin, Denny J. Meyer

Grasp the paintings and technology of specimen assortment, practise, and evaluate with dogs & tom cat Cytology: a colour Atlas and Interpretation advisor, moment version. This easy-to-use advisor covers all physique structures and fluids together with a different bankruptcy on acquisition and administration of cytology specimens. 1000s of vibrant colour pictures of standard tissue along irregular tissue pictures – plus concise summaries of person lesions and instructions for interpretation - will increase your skill to with a bit of luck face any diagnostic problem.

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D, Sterile nodular panniculitis. Tissue section. Dog. Focal collections of neutrophils and macrophages appear within the subcutis of this animal, which was presented with multiple subcutaneous nodules. No evidence was found for an infectious agent. ) A B ■ FIGURE 3-7. Eosinophilic granuloma. Tissue aspirate. Cat. Same case A-B. A, Note the dense collections of eosinophils, many of which have degranulated. ) B, Collagenolysis appears as amorphous basophilic material associated with degranulated eosinophils.

CHAPTER 3 • Skin and Subcutaneous Tissues 44 B C A ■ FIGURE 3-22. Oomycetosis. Dog. A, This draining lesion present on the leg of a longhaired dog was confirmed as pythiosis. Same case B-C. Tissue discharge. B, Hyphal elements appear as broad, poorly septate branched structures surrounded by inflammatory cells. ) C, Clear-staining linear pattern with degenerate neutrophils closely adherent are noted in this draining lesion on the limb and perianal area. Eosinophils are present in significant numbers but are difficult to see in this field.

Cytologic differential diagnosis: fungal, bacterial, noninfectious, or arthropod bite inflammatory lesions. , 2005). Cytology reveals a mixed inflammatory infiltrate composed of neutrophils, macrophages, and usually increased numbers of eosinophils related to a hypersensitivity reaction (Fig. 3-5A–B). These lesions often regress spontaneously, but some may require additional wound care. ment smear. Dog. Small lymphocytes and macrophages predominate, with occasional neutrophils found. Note the giant cell, suggesting granulomatous inflammation.

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