A case of coccygeal chondroid chordoma in a cat: morphological and immunohistochemical features.


In August 2007, a 4-year-old, intact, female Domestic Shorthair cat was examined for a mass on the tip of the tail. Histological examination performed after apical caudectomy revealed a neoplasm affecting the distal part of the last coccygeal vertebra. The neoplasm consisted of lobules of physaliferous cells surrounding cartilaginous tissue and a central… (More)


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