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ASVCP reference interval guidelines: determination of de novo reference intervals in veterinary species and other related topics.
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This report is a condensation of the ASVCP 2011 consensus guidelines for determination of de novo RI in veterinary species, which mirror the 2008 Clinical Laboratory and Standards Institute recommendations, but with language and examples specific to veterinary species.
Reference values: a review.
TLDR
Reference values are used to describe the dispersion of variables in healthy individuals and the selection of reference individuals based on extensively documented inclusion and exclusion criteria and the use of quality-controlled analytical procedures are critical.
Histiocytic sarcoma of macrophage origin in a cat: case report with a literature review of feline histiocytic malignancies and comparison with canine hemophagocytic histiocytic sarcoma.
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The clinical, pathologic, and immunophenotypic findings in this cat were similar to those in hemophagocytic HSs in dogs, and this is the first report of a HS of purported macrophage phenotype in a cat.
ASVCP quality assurance guidelines: control of general analytical factors in veterinary laboratories.
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Recommendations for control of general analytical factors within veterinary clinical laboratories and is based on section 2.1 (Analytical Factors Important In Veterinary Clinical Pathology, General) of the newly revised ASVCP QAS Guidelines.
Laboratory evaluation and interpretation of synovial fluid
TLDR
The cytologic recognition of the cellular components and infectious agents in synovial fluid categorizes the cell response and differentiates inflammatory and noninflammatory joint disorders.
Differentiating between analytical and diagnostic performance evaluation with a focus on the method comparison study and identification of bias.
TLDR
Differences between the assessment of analytical and diagnostic performance are clarified, and the method comparison study and bias assessment from a perspective not addressed in prior veterinary articles are explored.
Evaluation of serum ferritin as a tumor marker for canine histiocytic sarcoma.
TLDR
Hyperferritin concentration is common in dogs with HS and, after IMHA is ruled out, the degree of hyperferritinemia may be useful in differentiating Dogs with HS from dogs with inflammatory diseases, liver disease, and lymphoma.
Isolation and characterisation of cancer stem cells from canine osteosarcoma.
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Similarities between human and canine osteosarcoma cell lines add credence to the potential of the dog as a model for human disease.
ASVCP quality assurance guidelines: control of preanalytical and analytical factors for hematology for mammalian and nonmammalian species, hemostasis, and crossmatching in veterinary laboratories.
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This particular report is one of 3 reports and provides recommendations for control of preanalytical and analytical factors related to hematology for mammalian and nonmammalian species, hemostasis testing, and crossmatching and is adapted from sections 1.1 and 2.3.
Hematologic and biochemical reference intervals for adult Friesian horses from North America.
TLDR
The RI established in this study provide a useful baseline for the assessment of hematologic and biochemical data in Friesian horses residing in North America.
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