Cutaneous mast cell tumor (Mastocytoma): Cyto- histopathological and haematological investigations

@inproceedings{Hosseini2014CutaneousMC,
  title={Cutaneous mast cell tumor (Mastocytoma): Cyto- histopathological and haematological investigations},
  author={Ehsan Mohammad Hosseini and Behnam Pedram and Ali Mohammad Bahrami and Mohammad Hossein Jaberi Moghaddam and Javad Javanbakht and Fatemeh Emami Ghomi and Najme Jaberi Moghaddam and Mobin Koohestani and Radmehr Shafiee},
  booktitle={Diagnostic pathology},
  year={2014}
}
UNLABELLED Cutaneous mast cell tumours (MCTs) are the most common skin tumours in dogs. Due to the prevalence of canine MCTs and the variable biologic behavior of this disease, accurate prognostication and a thorough understanding of MCT biology are critical for the treatment of this disease. A cytologic diagnosis of mast cell tumor with evidence of prior hemorrhage was made, and the masses were surgically removed. Cytological evaluation of fine-needle aspirates from the cutaneous mass from the… CONTINUE READING