Veterinary clinical pathology

(ISSN: 0275-6382)

Table of Contents

2013 - 42 (4)

  • Proportion of mast cells in normal canine hepatic cytologic specimens: comparison of 2 staining methods. 
  • A mycobacterial coinfection in a dog suspected on blood smear. 
  • Interference of an algal nutritional supplement with a urinary metabolic screening test for glycosaminoglycans in a dog suspected to have a storage disease. 
  • Comparison of plasma free metanephrines between healthy dogs and 3 dogs with pheochromocytoma. 
  • Disease distribution in canine patients with acanthocytosis: 123 cases. 
  • ASVCP guidelines: allowable total error guidelines for biochemistry. 
  • ASVCP guidelines: quality assurance for point-of-care testing in veterinary medicine. 
  • Pretty in pink. Canine fine needle aspirates of extracellular matrix. 
  • Cell tube: a new technique for making cell blocks from needle rinses. 
  • "In theory there is no difference between theory and practice - in practice there is" (Yogi Berra). 
  • Further investigation of the blood characteristics of Australian Quoll (Dasyurus spp.) species. 
  • Babesia canis vogeli, Ehrlichia canis, and Anaplasma platys infection in a dog. 
  • Erythrocyte dysplasia in peripheral blood smears from 5 thrombocytopenic dogs treated with vincristine sulfate. 
  • Use of biometric, hematologic, and plasma biochemical variables, and histopathology to assess the chronic effects of the herbicide prometryn on Common Carp. 
  • Comparison of the buccal mucosal bleeding time in dogs using 3 different-sized lancet devices. 
  • Evaluation of a high-sensitivity assay for measurement of canine and feline serum cardiac troponin I. 
  • Identification of potential platelet alloantigens in the Equidae family by comparison of gene sequences encoding major platelet membrane glycoproteins. 
  • What is your diagnosis? Scapular mass in a Chinese hamster. 
  • Use of optimized aminotransferase methods in regulated preclinical studies. 
  • Morphometric evaluation of the fetal rat liver after maternal dexamethasone treatment: effect on the maturation of erythroid and megakaryocytic cells. 
  • Comparison of components of biological variation between 3 equine thromboelastography assays. 
  • What is your diagnosis? Fluid surrounding a submandibular mass from a horse. 
  • What is your diagnosis? Equine transtracheal wash fluid. 
  • What is your diagnosis? An endotracheal wash from a dyspneic 3-month-old female Labrador Retriever. 
 
 
 
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