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Canine histiocytic diseases are frequently diagnosed in young, adult and senior animals. Histiocytic diseases are seen in other species as well, humans are also affected making dogs as animal models which is essential for its diagnosis. Despite of their being diagnosed, the pathological mechanisms...

Author(s)
Dinescu, G.; Fundățianu, I. C.
Publisher
Asociația Generală a Medicilor Veterinari din România, București, Romania
Citation
Revista Română de Medicină Veterinară, 2013, 23, 4, pp 23-42
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Canine cutaneous histiocytic proliferative disorders are increasingly seen in general practice and they pose as both diagnostic and therapeutic challenges for veterinary clinicians. This study aims to evaluate and describe the epidemiology and morphological features of the histiocytic proliferative ...

Author(s)
Dinescu, G.; Fundățianu, I. C.; Tănase, A.; Condruț, E.; Soare, T.; Militaru, M.
Publisher
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, 2015, 61, 2, pp 123-126
Abstract

In humans, malignant histiocytosis is a tumour-like disease characterised by increasing proliferation of macrophages and reinforced degradation of erythrocytes. High progression of this disease leads to an unfavourable prognosis for the patients, most of them children up to the age of three years....

Author(s)
Soller, J. T.; Escobar, H. M.; Janssen, M.; Fork, M.; Bullerdiek, J.; Nolte, I.
Publisher
International Institute of Anticancer Research, Attiki, Greece
Citation
Anticancer Research, 2006, 26, 5A, pp 3417-3420
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Canine histiocytic sarcoma (CHS), also known as malignant histiocytosis is a very aggressive hematologic malignancy that has a high metastatic rate and mortality rate. CHS originates from white blood cells, namely histiocytes that commonly reside in soft tissue and connective tissue throughout the...

Author(s)
Thongtharb, A.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Science Chiang Mai University, Muang Chinag Mai, Thailand
Citation
Veterinary Integrative Sciences, 2018, 16, 2, pp 19-34
Abstract

Background: Haemophagocytic macrophages in canine bone marrow are observed in malignant histiocytosis as well as benign haemophagocytic histiocytosis. Cytomorphologic evaluation alone may be inadequate to consistently differentiate between benign and malignant forms of haemophagocytic disorders....

Author(s)
Weiss, D. J.
Publisher
American Society of Veterinary Clinical Pathology, Baton Rouge, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2002, 31, 1, pp 36-41
Abstract

Reactive histocytosis is a benign disease where histiocytic dendritic cells proliferate to the skin, subcutaneous tissue and sometimes to other tissues. Reactive histiocytosis can be divided upon lesion distribution into cutaneous and systemic forms. In the cutaneous form nodules and plaques are...

Author(s)
Pänkälä, L.; Autio, K.; Saijonmaa-Koulumies, L.
Publisher
Suomen Eläinlääkäriliitto, Helsinki, Finland
Citation
Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 2015, 121, 7, pp 371-380
Abstract

Background: Although B-mode ultrasound is very sensitive for the detection of splenic lesions, its specificity is low. Contrast harmonic imaging is used successfully to differentiate benign from malignant liver lesions in humans and dogs. Hypothesis: Contrast harmonic imaging could be useful to...

Author(s)
Ohlerth, S.; Dennler, M.; Rüefli, E.; Hauser, B.; Poirier, V.; Siebeck, N.; Roos, M.; Kaser-Hotz, B.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2008, 22, 5, pp 1095-1102
Abstract

Canine malignant histiocytosis (MH) is an aggressive neoplasm of macrophages and dendritic cells. It carries a poor prognosis because of the development of widespread metastasis and poor sensitivity to chemotherapy. Thus, there is a large need for new treatments for MH. We hypothesized that...

Author(s)
Hafeman, S. D.; Varland, D.; Dow, S. W.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary and Comparative Oncology, 2012, 10, 1, pp 44-56
Abstract

To determine the causes of death in Bernese mountain dogs, to assess the prevalence of malignant histiocytosis in the Danish Bernese mountain dog population, and to assess whether a hereditary pattern for this disease exists, 756 questionnaires were sent to members of the Danish Bernese Mountain ...

Author(s)
Nielsen, L.; Andreasen, S. N.; Andersen, S. D.; Kristensen, A. T.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2010, 166, 7, pp 199-202
Abstract

Canine histiocytic diseases are an emerging spectrum of diseases characterized by proliferations of histiocytic cells. Nonneoplastic histiocytic disease (reactive histiocytosis, comprising cutaneous and systemic histiocytosis) is uncommon. Neoplastic histiocytic diseases include cutaneous...

Author(s)
Coomer, A. R.; Liptak, J. M.
Publisher
Veterinary Learning Systems, Yardley, USA
Citation
Compendium Continuing Education for Veterinarian, 2008, 30, 4, pp 202-216

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