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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

Objective: To describe acute myasthenia gravis (MG) in the postoperative period following removal of a thymoma in an adult cat. Case summary: A 6-year-old spayed female domestic short haired cat weighing 6.4 kg was referred for workup and treatment of a cranial mediastinal mass. Thoracoscopic...

Author(s)
Meeking, S. A.; Prittie, J.; Barton, L.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2008, 18, 2, pp 177-183
Abstract

The Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) is the most threatened wild feline in the world. Little is known about the diseases and pathology that affect this animal. The aim of this study was to evaluate the histopathological status of the peripheral lymphoid tissues and thymus of Iberian lynxes necropsied...

Author(s)
Peña, L.; Garcia, P.; Jiménez, M. Á.; Benito, A.; Pérez Alenza, M. D.; Sánchez, B.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Comparative Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 2006, 29, 2/3, pp 114-126
Abstract

CASE HISTORY: A 6-year-old, spayed, female, domestic short-haired cat was presented to the St. Heliers Veterinary Clinic in New Zealand with severe erythroderma and scaling skin [date not given]. The cat showed disturbed gait and mild behavioural changes. CLINICAL FINDINGS: The cat had a...

Author(s)
Smits, B.; Reid, M. M.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 2003, 51, 5, pp 244-247
Abstract

Five cases of exfoliative dermatitis in cats were presented from 1996 to 2002 in which a feline thymoma was found by postmortem or postsurgical examination. Besides abundant exfoliation of keratin squames and layers, the histologic picture of the skin revealed a similar pattern of interface...

Author(s)
Rottenberg, S.; Tscharner, C. von; Roosje, P. J.
Publisher
American College of Veterinary Pathologists Inc, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 2004, 41, 4, pp 429-433
Abstract

Mitogen-induced blast transformation of peripheral blood lymphocytes and quantitative changes in circulating T and B cells were studied serially in cats inoculated with feline leukosis virus (FeLV). Concanavalin A-induced blast transformation sharply declined from the fifth week after inoculation...

Author(s)
Cockerell, G. L.; Hoover, E. A.; Krakowka, S.; Olsen, R. G.; Yohn, D. S.
Citation
Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1976, 57, 5, pp 1095-1099
Abstract

Haematology of normal cats and characteristic responses to disease are covered in the first part of this chapter, and disorders in the second part. The second part is in sections: disorders of red cells-anaemia; disorders of white cells, (a) non-neoplastic and (b) haematopoietic neoplasia;...

Author(s)
Prasse, K. W.; Mahaffey, E. A.; Cotter, S. M.; Holzworth, J.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA 19105, USA
Citation
Diseases of the cat: medicine and surgery. Volume 1., 1987, pp 739-807
Abstract

A virus closely resembling the oncogenic virus 'RD114' in multiple antigenic properties could be evoked from a continuous passage cat cell line. Similar observations were reported independently from another laboratory. A similar virus was also isolated from the thymus of a cat foetus. The virus was ...

Author(s)
Sarma, P. S.; Tseng, J.; Lee, Y. K.; Gilden, R. V.
Citation
Nature New Biology, 1973, 244, No.132, pp 56-59
Abstract

Development of lymphoid neoplasia in the cat was studied. Both naturally occurring and experimentaly induced neoplasms were examined. They occurred in 4 anatomical distributions: alimentary, multicentric, and thymic lymphosarcoma and leukaemia, and in 5 cytological categories: stem cell,...

Author(s)
Mackey, L. J.; Jarrett, W. F. H.
Citation
Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1972, 49, No.3, pp 853-865
Abstract

Neoplasia of the lymphoid system is one of the most common malignancies of domestic animals. Most cases fall into three morbid anatomical typess: (1) Multicentric, in which there is marked involvement of many of the lymph nodes in the body and superficial nodes are grossly enlarged; there is...

Author(s)
Jarrett, W. F. H.; Crighton, G. W.; Dalton, R. G.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1966, 79, pp 693-699

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