Statistical Reflections Regarding the Significance of the Microscopic Examination in the Diagnosis of Mammary and Abdominal Neoplasias in Cats

Elena GAVRILAȘ, Vasile VULPE

Abstract


76 cats were clinical examined for mammary and abdominal neoplasias. In 41 cats were performed microscopic examination. Regarding the location of the primary tumors 70 cats had mammary tumors. Isolated, six cases of primary non-mammary tumors were diagnosed following necropsy and histopathology. Following cytopathological and histopathological examinations, 14 tumor types were identified, of which 3 benign and 11 malignant. Benign tumoral types consisted of lipoma, vesical leiomyoma and mammary adenoma. Diagnosed malignant cases consisted of simple mammary adenocarcinoma, solid adenocarcinoma, compact adenocarcinoma, hepatic cholangiocarcinoma, compact carcinoma, mixed pulmonar bronchioloalveolar carcinoma, hemangiosarcoma, mammary comedocarcinoma, solid carcinoma and mixed adenocarcinoma.

Keywords


cat; examination; mammary; microscopic; neoplasias

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-vm:2018.0022


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