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Tumours of the haemopoietic system

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Abstract

This chapter looks at canine lymphoma; feline lymphoma; leukaemia and myeloproliferative disorders; plasma cell tumours.

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19.2 Generalized non-painful lymphadenopathy is the typical presentation for lymphoma in dogs.
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19.3 Ventrodorsal thoracic radiograph of a dog with cranial mediastinal lymphoma.
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19.4 Cutaneous lymphoma. Early lesion with scaly alopecia in a Golden Retriever. Progressive late lesion in a Bulldog showing nodular disease.
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19.5 Fine-needle aspirate from a peripheral lymph node of a dog with high-grade lymphoma. The normal nodal cells have been replaced by a monotonous population of immature lymphoid cells. (Wright’s–Giemsa stain; original magnification X1000)
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19.12 Massive mandibular lymph node enlargement in a cat with Hodgkin’s-like lymphoma.
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19.13 Fine-needle aspirate from the liver of a cat with large granular lymphoma. The normal hepatic architecture is effaced by a monotonous population of immature LGLs. (Wright’s–Giemsa stain; original magnification X1000). (Courtesy of Kristen Friedrics, University of Wisconsin–Madison)
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19.15 Peripheral blood smear from a dog with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, showing the characteristic morphologically immature lymphoblasts. Peripheral blood smear of a dog with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, showing morphologically mature lymphocytes. (Wright’s–Giemsa stain, original magnification X1000) (Courtesy of Karen Young, University of Wisconsin–Madison)
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19.17 Serum protein electrophoresis from a dog with multiple myeloma. A, albumin. G, large M-component spike representing an IgA monocolonal gammopathy.
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19.18 Bone marrow aspirate from a dog with MM, showing near effacement of normal marrow by plasma cells with eccentric nuclei and pale perinuclear Golgi areas. (Wright’s–Giemsa stain, original magnification X1000). (Courtesy of Kristen Friedrics, University of Wisconsin–Madison)
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19.19 Lateral thoracic radiograph of a dog with MM, showing multiple expansile lytic lesions and pathological fractures in the axial skeleton, most apparent in the spinous processes of the vertebrae and in a collapse fracture of the third thoracic vertebral body.

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