Diffuse leptomeningeal malignant histiocytosis in the brain and spinal cord of a Tibetan Terrier.

@article{Uchida2001DiffuseLM,
  title={Diffuse leptomeningeal malignant histiocytosis in the brain and spinal cord of a Tibetan Terrier.},
  author={Kazuyuki Uchida and Motoji Morozumi and Ryoji Yamaguchi and Susumu Tateyama},
  journal={Veterinary pathology},
  year={2001},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={219-22}
}
An 8-year-old male Tibetan Terrier showed prolonged astasia, complete paralysis, ticlike signs, and seizure and died 2 months after the onset of symptoms. Histopathologically, there was moderate to severe infiltration of pleomorphic histiocytic mononuclear cells bilaterally in the basiarachnoidal and ventricular areas of the brain. The spinal dura mater, arachnoidal space, and leptomeninges were also affected by infiltrative proliferation of these mononuclear cells. The infiltrating cells had… CONTINUE READING