Canine and Feline Liver Cytology


Canine and Feline Liver Cytology

by Carlo Masserdotti

Canine and Feline Liver Cytology

Canine and Feline Liver Cytology PDF, Specialist reference with practical guidance on liver pathology in a clinical and anatomical context.

The book is a practical and highly illustrated manual with detailed descriptions of cytological features of hepatic diseases and numerous high-quality illustrations to aid in reader comprehension. The primary aim of the text is to describe the correlation of cytological findings with pathological processes in order to provide useful information to clinicians in management of hepatic diseases.

Related Book: Manual of Diagnostic Cytology of the Dog and Cat

Canine and Feline Liver Cytology includes information on:

  • General bases for interpretation of hepatic cytology, covering limits of cytology, value of cytology for a definitive diagnosis, and relationship with clinical data
  • A specific reversible injury to hepatocytes, covering hepatocellular swelling, steroid induced hepatopathy, hepatocellular steatosis, and feathery degeneration
  • Irreversible injury to hepatocytes, covering necrosis and apoptosis, and inflammation, covering neutrophilic, eosinophilic, macrophagic, and lymphoplasmacytic inflammation
  • Intra and extracytoplasmic pathologic accumulation, covering lipofuscin, copper, iron, eosinophilic granules, protein droplet, bile, and amyloid
  • Chronic hepatic diseases, with focus on cytological features of fibrosis
  • Diseases of biliary tract and gallbladder
  • Neoplastic diseases, covering epithelial, mesenchymal and round cell tumors

This book enables readers to interpret all the cytopathological changes in liver pathology and the relationship with clinical primary and secondary causes, eventually with histopathological diagnosis, making it a highly valuable resource for veterinary practitioners and students.

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