Signalment and clinical complaints initiating hospital admission, methods of diagnosis, and pathological findings associated with bovine lymphosarcoma (112 cases).

@article{Burton2010SignalmentAC,
  title={Signalment and clinical complaints initiating hospital admission, methods of diagnosis, and pathological findings associated with bovine lymphosarcoma (112 cases).},
  author={Alexandra J. Burton and Daryl V. Nydam and Ervine D Long and Thomas J Divers},
  journal={Journal of veterinary internal medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={960-4}
}
BACKGROUND Lymphosarcoma in adult cattle has multiple manifestations. OBJECTIVE To describe the signalment, clinical complaints, and tumor location, and to evaluate utility of diagnostic tests in cattle with lymphosarcoma. ANIMALS Adult cattle admitted to Cornell University between January 1980 and December 2008 with a definitive diagnosis of lymphosarcoma. METHODS Retrospective case study was conducted with a search of all medical records at Cornell University for cattle diagnosed with… CONTINUE READING