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By Anita R. Kiehl, Maron Brown Calderwood Mays

Atlas for the analysis of Tumors within the puppy and Cat is a diagnostic software for identifying if samples are irregular and defining the reason for the abnormality, with 386 medical photographs depicting common and irregular results.

  • Offers a quick assessment of the equipment used to provide a analysis and diagnosis from a biopsy tissue sample
  • Pairs images of biopsy samples with photomicrographs of cells received through effective needle aspirate
  • Includes an invaluable bankruptcy protecting pattern dealing with, staining, and shipping


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3). 19 It is difficult to evaluate stromal and lymphatic invasion if the tumor extends to all margins on the biopsy tissue submitted because one cannot look for invasion into normal adjacent stroma or lymphatics if neither is present. It is not advisable to “shell out” mammary tumors. 35 shows a biopsy from a young sexually intact female cat and reveals tubulolalveolar structures lined by a single layer of plump epithelium, which are then surrounded by laminar layers of myoepithelium. This is fibroepithelial hyperplasia, a benign response to hormonal stimulation and should regress upon removal of the hormonal stimulus.

Immunohistochemistry may be most useful when chemotherapy is a treatment option. This test is most satisfactory when performed on frozen tissue sections, but formalin fixed tissues are accepted and processed by many laboratories. 43 Spindle cell tumor grade 1 biopsy. 10x. 44 Spindle cell tumor grade 2 biopsy. 10x. 45 Spindle cell tumor grade 3 biopsy. 10x. 46 Spindle cell tumor biopsy. 5x. 47 Spindle cell tumor biopsy. 5x. 48 Spindle cell tumor biopsy. 10x. lab personnel prior to submission is suggested for the most current information regarding test availability, s­ ubmission requirements, and pricing.

It can be a challenge to obtain a sample of adequate size and diagnostic quality without creating a site of instability. 27 Grade 1 (low‐grade tumors) have 0 mitotic figures/HPF, are well differentiated, and are confined to the ­subepidermis and superficial dermis. Grade 2 (mid‐grade tumors) have 0–2 mitotic figures/HPF, rare binucleate cells, and are dermal to subcutaneous. Grade 3 (high‐grade tumors) have three or more mitotic figures/HPF, are pleomorphic, and extend to subcutaneous or deeper tissues.

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