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Cytologically, the inflammation is granulomatous or pyogranulomatous. Epithelioid macrophages predominate, but lymphocytes, plasma cells, and occasional multinucleated giant cells may also be found. Organisms, present outside or within macrophages, measure 5 to 20 μm in diameter (Fig. 3-23A). They are round to oval with internal septation producing 2 to 20 endospores within the CHAPTER 3 • Skin and Subcutaneous Tissues 41 B A ■ FIGURE 3-18. Cryptococcosis. Cat. A, Tissue aspirate. Subcutaneous mass in submandibular region contains clusters of yeast with mostly neutrophilic inflammation.

Small lymphocytes and plasma cells may be numerous, especially in lesions induced by vaccination reactions. Frequently macrophages present with abundant foamy cytoplasm or as giant multinucleated forms. When chronic, evidence of fibrosis is indicated by the presence of plump fusiform cells with CHAPTER 3 • Skin and Subcutaneous Tissues 30 A B ■ FIGURE 3-5. Arthropod bite reaction. Tissue aspirate. Dog. A, Small and intermediate-sized lymphocytes infiltrated this mass on the ventral neck in addition to low numbers of eosinophils and neutrophils.

Most are less than 1 cm in diameter. They are firm, elevated, with a hairless, cauliflower or papilliferous surface. Sebaceous hyperplasia is more prevalent than sebaceous adenoma (Yager and Wilcock, 1994). They are very common in old dogs and less common in cats. Distinction cannot be made cytologically and may even be difficult histologically when distinguishing between sebaceous hyperplasia and sebaceous adenoma. , 2005). Mature sebaceous epithelial cells are seen cytologically, sometimes in clusters, or as individual pale, foamy cells with a small, dense, centrally placed nucleus, often mistaken for phagocytic macrophages.

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