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and Case Summary Morphologic diagnoses and case summary: gastric squamous cell carcinoma with metastasis to the liver and lung, and carcinomatosis in a gelding. Comments Gastric neoplasia is rare in horses, accounting for 1.5% of all equine

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(arrowhead), which are characteristic of squamous cell carcinoma. H&E stain; bar in main image and inset panel = 100 and 10 μm, respectively. Morphologic Diagnosis Squamous cell carcinoma of the penis with multifocal metastasis to the regional

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underlying the conjunctival surfaces by modest numbers of lymphocytes and plasma cells. The conjunctival mucosa was intact. Morphologic Diagnosis and Case Summary Morphologic diagnosis: invasive primary corneal squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) with

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aggressive squamous cell carcinoma with secondary bone lysis and bone reactivity. Both cell populations had moderate to marked atypia, although neutrophilic inflammation, which typically accompanies squamous cell carcinomas, was not prominent. Regardless of

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pancytokeratin. AE1/AE3 pancytokeratin–specific immunohistochemical reaction; bar = 200 µm. Morphologic Diagnosis and Case Summary Morphologic diagnosis and case summary: gastric squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) in the first gastric compartment wall of

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squamous cell carcinoma in cats, sheep, horses, and cattle. 10 In dogs, especially in breeds with short hair and light-colored skin, development of cutaneous hemangiomas and hemangiosarcomas has also been linked to sunlight exposure. 1 In young, indoor

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. However, the case described in the present report involved an atypical appearance of cor-neal granulation tissue in an alpaca. Differential diagnoses for the corneal mass included corneal granulation tissue, squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), hemangioma or

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bearded dragon in Figure 1 . A cytokeratin-specific immunohistochemical technique yielded strong intracytoplasmic labeling of the neoplastic cells. Anti-pancytokeratin antibody stain; bar = 100 μm. Morphologic Diagnosis Squamous cell carcinoma

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. Malignancies are often lower on the differential diagnosis list for younger animals, such as the dog in this case; nevertheless, the dog’s maxillary mass was an MWFS. After melanoma and squamous cell carcinoma, oral fibrosarcoma, which includes both MWFS and

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distal phalanx. Invasion into the intra-articular space and erosion of the middle phalanx are also reported. 2 In a study 5 of amputated feline digits, metastatic pulmonary carcinoma in the digits and primary digital squamous cell carcinoma were the

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