Low-grade alimentary lymphoma: clinicopathological findings and response to treatment in 17 cases.

@article{Lingard2009LowgradeAL,
  title={Low-grade alimentary lymphoma: clinicopathological findings and response to treatment in 17 cases.},
  author={Amy E Lingard and Katherine Anne Briscoe and Julia A Beatty and Antony S. Moore and Ann M Crowley and Mark B. Krockenberger and Richard K Churcher and Paul J. Canfield and Vanessa R Barrs},
  journal={Journal of feline medicine and surgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={11 8},
  pages={692-700}
}
Low-grade alimentary lymphoma (LGAL) was diagnosed by histological and immunohistochemical evaluation of full-thickness biopsies from multiple regions of the gastrointestinal tract collected during exploratory laparotomy in 17 cats. The most common clinical signs were weight loss (n=17) and vomiting and/or diarrhoea (n=15). Clinical signs were chronic in 11 cases. Abdominal palpation was abnormal in 12 cats, including diffuse intestinal thickening (n=8), an abdominal mass due to mesenteric… CONTINUE READING