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was minimal, the most likely diagnosis was acute LGL leukemia of splenic origin.” Yet, there was no description of any cytologic, histologic, or immunohistochemical evaluation of the spleen or results of a PCR assay for antigen receptor rearrangement

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

clinically important gross lesions. Examination of the abomasal and ruminal contents did not reveal any identifiable poisonous plants. Samples of the lungs, liver, spleen, and contents of the abomasum and rumen were preserved for subsequent laboratory

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