Atlas of Diagnostic Cytology in Small Animals
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Atlas of Diagnostic Cytology in Small Animals

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Atlases of cytology are an essential tool in small animal practice. Diagnostic cytology, which is used extensively in routine clinical practice, requires the most comprehensive cell identification possible. This is best achieved with the help of numerous images that reflect the most characteristic and distinguishing featuresof the different cytological patterns, and this book will therefore be of great use to the reader in the diagnostic process of many pathologies.

Elena Martínez de Merlo

Dr Martínez holds a degree (1987) and a PhD (1993) in veterinary medicine from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). She has been an assistant lecturer at the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery of the UCM since 1998. She performs clinical work at the Complutense Veterinary Teaching Hospital (HCVC), and is the head of the Oncology and Diagnostic Cytology Clinic of the HCVC Clinical Pathobiology Service. Dr Martínez is the author of Atlas de citología clínica del perro y del gato (Atlas of clinical cytology in cats and dogs) published by Servet (2008) and Manual práctico de oncología en pequeños animales (Practical manual of small animal oncology; 2011 and 2014). She is the director of the UCM’s continuing education diploma programme “Cytological Interpretation in Small Animals” (60 hours), which she has taught on 11 occasions. She is certified in oncology by the Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association (AVEPA) and was the president of AVEPA’s Group of Veterinary Oncologists (GEVONC) from when it was founded in 2011 until April 2014. She has spoken at various national and international congresses, and taught many courses and seminars about oncology and diagnostic cytology. In addition, she is the author or coauthor of articles on oncology and the clinical application of diagnostic cytology in both Spanish and international journals.

1. Citology of inflammation Identification of inflammatory cells Neutrophils Lymphocytes Eosinophils Mast cells Plasma cells Macrophages Definition of inflammatory pattern Identification of microorganisms Presence of tissue cells in an inflammatory cytology sample 2. Cytology of noninflammatory/non-neoplastic lesions Hyperplastic processes Degenerative processes Degenerative processes in the liver Degenerative processes in the joints Extramedullary haematopoiesis (EH) 3. Cytology of mast cell tumours Diagnostic criteria for mast cells tumours Estimation of the degree of differentiation Diagnostic criteria for metastatic mast cell tumours 4. Cytology of lymphoma Diagnosis of lymphoma in lymph node cytology Diagnostic quality of lymph node samples Diagnosis of lymphoma Cytological diagnosis of the type of lymphoma Diagnosis of lymphoma in other cytological examinations 5. Cytology of histiocytic diseases Identification of histiocytic cells Cytological characteristics of histiocytomas Cytological characteristics of histiocytic sarcomas Canine reactive histiocytosis/feline progressive histiocytosis 6. Cytology of sarcomas Cell lineage identification Sarcoma grading Low grade sarcoma High grade sarcoma Undetermined grade Identification of the type of sarcoma Vessel wall and nerve sheath tumours (haemangiopericytomas and schwannomas) Myxosarcoma/synovial sarcoma Feline injection-site sarcoma (FISS) Liposarcoma Muscle tumours Osteosarcoma Haemangiosarcoma 7. Cytology of epithelial tumours Cell distribution Cell morphology Cytoplasmic vacuoles Malignancy criteria Specific considerations regarding certain epithelial tumours Canine mammary tumours (CMT) Basal cell tumours Hepatocellular carcinomas Difference between reactive mesothelial cells, mesothelioma and carcinomatosis 8. Cytology of melanoma Cytological assessment of melanotic melanomas Cytological assessment of amelanotic melanomas Cytological considerations for metastatic melanomas References 
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  • Idioma Inglés
  • Autor/es Elena Martínez de Merlo
  • Año de edición 2019
  • Nº Páginas 192
  • Encuadernación Hard cover
  • Tamaño 22 X 28

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