M B Calderwood Mays

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The biologic behavior of 179 formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded canine melanomas was correlated with their histologic appearance. In addition, flow cytometric analysis of DNA content was performed on 54 of these tumors. Histologic examination accurately predicted clinical course in 89% of the melanomas with known behavior. Flow cytometry accurately predicted(More)
Three canine laryngeal tumors were diagnosed as oncocytomas by light microscopy, but were determined to be rhabdomyomas following ultrastructural and immunocytochemical examination. Tumors consisted of large eosinophilic cells interspersed with smaller dark cells. Large tumor cells had a granular, intensely eosinophilic cytoplasm. Scattered through the(More)
A severe, progressive myopathy developed in an 11-year-old, phosphofructokinase (PFK)-deficient, male, English Springer Spaniel dog. Results from a routine neurological examination were normal. Examination of histologic sections of skeletal muscle revealed large accumulations of material in some myofibers. These deposits were pale, basophilic, somewhat(More)
A dog with polyarthritis, angular joint deformities, and a high serum antinucleolar antibody titer was treated over a period of 20 months. During the clinical course, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, Coombs' positive hemolytic anemia, and a pemphigus-type skin disorder developed, all of which responded to immunosuppressive therapy. It is not known whether the(More)
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