By Rose E. Raskin, Denny J. Meyer
Grasp the paintings and technological know-how of specimen assortment, guidance, and review with dogs & pussycat Cytology: a colour Atlas and Interpretation advisor, moment version. This easy-to-use consultant covers all physique structures and fluids together with a unique bankruptcy on acquisition and administration of cytology specimens. 1000s of shiny colour pictures of standard tissue along irregular tissue pictures â plus concise summaries of person lesions and guidance for interpretation - will improve your skill to with a bit of luck face any diagnostic problem.
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Cat. The diagnosis may be made from the characteristic cytologic appearance. The organism stains positive with both methenamine silver and PAS. Deﬁnitive diagnosis requires fungal culture of the exudate or tissue biopsy using immunoﬂuorescence or immunoperoxidase techniques. Serologic testing is not deﬁnitive for current infection. , 2005). Surgical excision may be performed on single cutaneous lesions. Treatment of the systemic form involves a variety of antimicrobial drugs, which have been used with variable success.
These basophilic, oval to elongate structures with a thin, clear capsule measure 2-3 μm in width and 2-5 μm in length. ) B, Hair pluck. Low-magniﬁcation view of keratincleared hair shaft with attached arthrospores. ) C, Hair pluck. High-magniﬁcation view of keratin-cleared hair shaft demonstrating arthrospores outside and fungal hyphae within the hair. ) D, Tissue section. Dog. Note the black stained hyphae within the hair shaft from this tissue section of skin. Diagnosis conﬁrmed as M. canis by culture.
Tissue section. Dog. Focal collections of neutrophils and macrophages appear within the subcutis of this animal, which was presented with multiple subcutaneous nodules. No evidence was found for an infectious agent. ) A B ■ FIGURE 3-7. Eosinophilic granuloma. Tissue aspirate. Cat. Same case A-B. A, Note the dense collections of eosinophils, many of which have degranulated. ) B, Collagenolysis appears as amorphous basophilic material associated with degranulated eosinophils. ) CHAPTER 3 • Skin and Subcutaneous Tissues 32 A B ■ FIGURE 3-8.