Comparative veterinary histology : with clinical correlates by Elizabeth Aughey

By Elizabeth Aughey

Organized by means of body-system, this hugely illustrated quantity covers the conventional histological visual appeal of tissues in quite a lot of animals, either household and unique species, with proper scientific correlates emphasizing the necessity to enjoy the traditional with a purpose to realize the irregular. The breadth of coverage―farm animals, canine, cats, horses, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish―and the combination of ordinary and irregular tissue offer a reference of lasting price to veterinary scholars, veterinary practitioners, and pathologists.

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The thrombocyte is nucleated, elongated and usually somewhat smaller than an erythrocyte. It possesses a pale blue, agranular cytoplasm, and is capable of active phagocytosis, amitotic division and, amazingly, pluripotentiality inasmuch as it has the ability under conditions of severe acute and chronic blood loss to be transformed into a haemoglobin-rich, respirationally functional erythrocyte. Whether the thrombocyte, like its mammalian stem cell cousin, can transform into other cell types is unknown.

20. 53 Giant cell osteosarcoma (dog). Note the numerous multinucleate cells. H & E. ×250. 53 49 Comparative Veterinary Histology with Clinical Correlates Arthritis is a general term for inflammatory disease of the joints. There are many causes and many types of arthritis but often a similar pattern of reaction and joint damage may be observed. 54. The predominance of this cell type suggests an immunological basis for the disease in this case. 54 Plasmacytic arthritis in the dog. The synovial membrane is infiltrated by plasma cells.

Pericytes are pale staining, connective tissue cells lying adjacent to the capillary endothelium. 24). vessels and nerves. It contains many scattered cells of various types, blood and lymphatic vessels, and a loose network of fine collagenous, reticular and elastic fibres. 25). Amorphous ground substance is particularly abundant in loose connective tissue. It is composed of a group of carbohydrates, the glycosaminoglycans, which may be complexed with a protein to form proteoglycans. These substances stain poorly with H & E.

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