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A 7-year-old, castrated domestic shorthaired cat developed both cutaneous and visceral mast cell neoplasia. Initial diagnosis was by fine needle aspiration of a cutaneous nodule. Visceral neoplasia was suspected after the cat began vomiting, became pyrexic and developed a palpably enlarged liver....

Bell, A.; Mason, K.; Mitchell, G.; Miller, R.
Australian Veterinary Practitioner, 1994, 24, 2, pp 86-91