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A Case of Enzootic Nasal Adenocarcinoma in a Ewe
An approximately 2-year-old open Suffolk ewe presented to the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Health Complex for evaluation of a left nasal mass, and IHC and RT-PCR identified the presence of enzootic nasal tumor virus and confirmed the final diagnosis of enzooting nasal adenocarcinoma. Expand
Cancer-testis antigens in canine histiocytic sarcoma and other malignancies.
The results illustrate the feasibility of discovering canine CTAs by a reverse approach, proceeding from identification of MHC class I-presented peptides to a comparative RNA expression survey of tumours and normal tissues. Expand
Multiloculated solitary (unicameral) bone cyst in a young dog.
A 20-month-old female spayed Staffordshire Terrier (22.3 kg) presented to the Orthopedic Surgery Service at North Carolina State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital for evaluation of a 6-weekExpand
What is your diagnosis? Cerebrospinal fluid from a dog.
Exploratory cohort study to determine if dry cow vaccination with a Salmonella Newport bacterin can protect dairy calves against oral Salmonella challenge
Transfer of colostral immunoglobulins from Salmonella enterica serotype Newport bacterin to neonatal calves was not sufficient to decrease mortality, clinical signs, sepsis, intestinal damage, or fecal shedding when exposed to a highly pathogenic Salmonellosis isolate. Expand
Pathology in practice. Cryptococcus sp in a dog.
Hematology of the keeled box turtle (Cuora mouhotii).
A healthy adult, intact female keeled box turtle (Cuora mouhotii) was found to have a marked heterophilic leukocytosis using normal hematologic parameters established for the eastern box turtleExpand
Multicenter flow cytometry proficiency testing of canine blood and lymph node samples.
Lymphoproliferations were readily identified by FC, but identification of the categories of hematolymphoid neoplasia in fresh samples or archived files was variable, indicating a need for a more standardized approach to maximize the enormous potential of FC in veterinary medicine. Expand
Hematologic and clinical characteristics of dogs with circulating macrophage-like cells.
The hemograms and diagnoses of dogs with ML cells suggest that severe inflammatory conditions or histiocytic and non-histiocytical neoplasia are common causes for circulating ML cells. Expand
Pathology in Practice.