Liquid-based cytology and cell block immunocytochemistry in veterinary medicine: comparison with standard cytology for the evaluation of canine lymphoid samples.

@article{Fernandes2016LiquidbasedCA,
  title={Liquid-based cytology and cell block immunocytochemistry in veterinary medicine: comparison with standard cytology for the evaluation of canine lymphoid samples.},
  author={Nat{\'a}lia Coelho Couto de Azevedo Fernandes and Juliana Mariotti Guerra and Rodrigo Albergaria R{\'e}ssio and Danilo G. Wasques and D Etlinger-Colonelli and Santiago Lorente and Edson Nogueira and M L{\'u}cia Zaidan Dagli},
  journal={Veterinary and comparative oncology},
  year={2016},
  volume={14 Suppl 1},
  pages={107-16}
}
Liquid-based Cytology (LBC) consists of immediate wet cell fixation with automated slide preparation. We applied LBC, cell block (CB) and immunocytochemistry to diagnose canine lymphoma and compare results with conventional cytology. Samples from enlarged lymph nodes of 18 dogs were collected and fixed in preservative solution for automated slide preparation (LBC), CB inclusion and immunophenotyping. Two CB techniques were tested: fixed sediment method (FSM) and agar method (AM). Anti-CD79a… CONTINUE READING
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