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Pituitary glands from 141 feline autopsy cases were reviewed histologically. Adenoma and hyperplasia were the most common lesions at 13 cases each. Pituitary adenoma was more likely than hyperplasia to be associated with clinical evidence of endocrinopathy or an intracranial mass (P <.001). A histochemical and immunohistochemical panel was applied to 44 autopsy- or hypophysectomy-derived pituitary adenomas in 43 ...

Author(s)
Miller, M. A.; Piotrowski, S. L.; Donovan, T. A.; Scott-Moncrieff, C.; Owen, T. J.; McCue, J. P.; Dusold, D. M.; Ramos-Vara, J. A.; Weng HsinYi; Chen, A. V.; Martin, L. G.; Bruyette, D. S.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 2021, 58, 2, pp 266-275
Abstract

Lacrimal gland tumors (LGTs) in dogs and cats are rare neoplasms that can affect either the nictitans (NLG) or the main lacrimal gland (MLG). A consistent classification scheme for canine and feline LGTs is lacking; however, the importance of a classification scheme for LGTs has been emphasized in...

Author(s)
Giudice, C.; Nordio, L.; Cadonici, M.; Perelli, M. N.; Caniatti, M.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 2021, 58, 5, pp 935-944
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The ultrasonographic findings of many feline intestinal tumours are similar. This study evaluated the CT features of intermediate- and high-grade alimentary lymphoma and adenocarcinoma in cats. CT was performed on six cats with adenocarcinoma and 14 cats with lymphoma. Comparisons between tumour...

Author(s)
Tanaka, T.; Noguchi, S.; Wada, Y.; Nishida, H.; Akiyoshi, H.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2022, 24, 10, pp 1065-1071
Abstract

Objectives Primary nasal tumours in cats are rare, with lymphoma being the most common feline nasal tumour, followed by adenocarcinoma. Although CT can reliably detect feline nasal tumours, there are no specific CT features that identify each tumour type. To our knowledge, there have been no...

Author(s)
Tanaka, T.; Ashida, K.; Iimori, Y.; Yamazaki, H.; Mie, K.; Nishida, H.; Akiyoshi, H.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2020, 23, 4, pp 393-399
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We aim in the current study to investigate the pathology and incidence of tumors that are excised surgically in Veterinary Teaching Hospital. This study collected the tissue samples from animals from 1 October 2020 until 1 April 2021. These samples were collected from animals that undergo surgical...

Author(s)
Al-Mahmood, S. S.; Khalil, K. W.; Edreesi, A. R. R.
Publisher
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq
Citation
Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2022, 36, 2, pp 309-314
Abstract

Among 113 feline gastrointestinal epithelial tumors diagnosed between 2006 and 2019, 78 (69%) were detected in the colorectum. Fifty colorectal tumors were selected for further pathological evaluations, of which 9 (18%) were histopathologically diagnosed as adenomas and 41 (82%) as carcinoma. The...

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Uneyama, M.; Chambers, J. K.; Nakashima, K.; Uchida, K.; Nakayama, H.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 2020, 58, 2, pp 305-314
Abstract

Objectives: This study aimed to understand epidemiological factors associated with feline cystadenomatosis, including signalment and papillomavirus PCR status. Cystadenomatosis is an uncommon condition primarily involving the ceruminous and apocrine skin and ear glands. Methods: This was a...

Author(s)
Loft, K. E.; Soohoo, J.; Simon, B.; Lange, C. E.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2021, 24, 4, pp 351-358
Abstract

Pituitary tumours are common in dogs and are being increasingly recognized in cats. Pituitary tumours are usually classified as adenomas and should only be classified as carcinomas when there is evidence of metastatic spread of the tumour, which is rare. Despite the benign nature of most pituitary...

Author(s)
Sanders, K.; Galac, S.; Meij, B. P.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 2021, 270,
Abstract

A 14-year-old, spayed female cat with a 4-year history of diabetes mellitus and skin fragility was presented with anorexia and lethargy. Despite symptomatic treatment for approximately one month, the cat died. At necropsy, skin atrophy and numerous yellowish white nodules were observed in the...

Author(s)
Kojima, D.; Kojima, K.; Ota, K.; Kojima, Y.
Publisher
Japan Veterinary Medical Association, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 2021, 74, 11, pp 733-737
Abstract

Although pyloric and duodenal adenomas occasionally occur in cats, limited information is currently available on their phenotypes and molecular features. The present study investigated the pathological features of these tumors and the mechanisms underlying their tumorigenesis. Biopsy samples from 8 ...

Author(s)
Uneyama, M.; Chambers, J. K.; Nakashima, K.; Uchida, K.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 2021, 58, 6, pp 1025-1032

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