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This chapter discusses the cytology of the urinary tract of dogs and cats. Three of the most common conditions affecting the urinary system are infections, kidney disease and neoplasia. An indication of a disorder involving the urinary tract (urethra, bladder, ureters and kidneys) can be obtained...

Author(s)
Archer, J.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Manual of diagnostic cytology of the dog and cat, 2014, pp 161-173
Abstract

Cytology is a cheap, quick and easy technique that can yield results rapidly and allow decisions to be taken without the need for costly and invasive procedures. It should be routinely considered in almost all dermatology cases. It is important to realise that most cytology techniques only sample a ...

Author(s)
Neuber, A.; Nuttall, T.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Diagnostic techniques in veterinary dermatology, 2017, pp 57-80
Abstract

Cytological examination of endocrine tissues in dogs and cats is limited to some neoplastic disorders of the thyroid gland, adrenals, endocrine pancreas and other uncommon neoplasms (chemoreceptor tumours, carcinoids, extramedullary paragangliomas). In fine-needle aspirates (FNA) from normal,...

Author(s)
Bertazzolo, W.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Manual of diagnostic cytology of the dog and cat, 2014, pp 195-212
Abstract

Lymph nodes of dogs and cats are very similar in function and morphology to that of man and most domestic animals. In the medulla, the lymphoid tissue consists of anastomosing cords of lymphocytes. Although normal lymph nodes are seldom aspirated, familiarity with the normal cytological appearance...

Author(s)
Teske, E.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Manual of diagnostic cytology of the dog and cat, 2014, pp 33-55
Abstract

Specimens for cytological examination in dogs and cats are usually obtained by fine-needle aspiration or, if the lesion is ulcerated, by making impression smears. Most cutaneous and subcutaneous lesions can be classified sufficiently on a cytological basis to provide meaningful clinical guidance....

Author(s)
Dunn, J.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Manual of diagnostic cytology of the dog and cat, 2014, pp 57-73
Abstract

The primary objective of cytological examination of mammary lesions is to differentiate primary inflammatory lesions from benign hyperplastic or neoplastic lesions and malignant tumours. This chapter discusses the cytology of mammary gland lesions for dogs and cats. It talks about sample collection ...

Author(s)
Mischke, R.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Manual of diagnostic cytology of the dog and cat, 2014, pp 231-245