TITLE

What is your diagnosis? Laryngeal mass in a pug dog

AUTHOR(S)
Mehrkens, Lea R.; Gorman, M. Elena; Dores, Camila
PUB. DATE
June 2019
SOURCE
Veterinary Clinical Pathology;Jun2019, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p370
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Highlights from the article: Nuclei were surrounded by abundant amphophilic cytoplasm with somewhat indistinct cell borders. Many neoplastic cells displayed varying degrees of myocyte differentiation with spindle cells with fusiform nuclei and striated cytoplasm (strap cells), and scattered multinucleated cells noted. In addition to these three embryonal RMS variants, a unique embryonal RMS subclass known as botyroid embryonal RMS arising from within the urogenital tract is recognized and has a 27% metastatic rate.[1] The tumor in this study exhibited features of the multiple embryonal variants.
ACCESSION #
137168738

 

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