By Anita R. Kiehl, Maron Brown Calderwood Mays
Atlas for the prognosis of Tumors within the puppy and Cat is a diagnostic software for picking out if samples are irregular and defining the reason for the abnormality, with 386 scientific photos depicting common and irregular results.
- Offers a short review of the equipment used to provide a analysis and analysis from a biopsy tissue sample
- Pairs pictures of biopsy samples with photomicrographs of cells received through nice needle aspirate
- Includes an invaluable bankruptcy protecting pattern dealing with, staining, and shipping
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Surgical removal of spindle cell tumors is fraught with peril. Referral for pre‐surgical imaging and removal by a specialist should be offered because this tumor often extends widely microscopically. If referral is declined, any surgical removal should be performed with the knowledge that the tumor is likely to extend beyond the gross bulk of the mass. Since many stromal or spindle cells have a similar appearance on routine histology, immunohistochemical stains may be necessary to identify the cell type (fibroblasts, pericytes, myopericytes, smooth muscle, myofibroblasts, Schwann cells, perineural cells) for optimum prognostic significance and treatment choices.
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