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Introduction All cytology reports aim to convey information from the clinical pathologist to the clinician or veterinary student accurately, succinctly, comprehensively, and without ambiguity. 1 , 2 Clinical pathologists routinely generate

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technique also offers real-time visualization of the path of the needle into the diseased pulmonary parenchyma, improving the probability of obtaining a cytologic diagnosis. However, sampling is often limited to pulmonary lesions adjacent to the chest wall

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Introduction Cytologic examination of conjunctival samples is a valuable, noninvasive method of ocular surface evaluation, aiding in the diagnosis and management of ocular diseases. It allows for the characterization of local inflammation 1

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, equipment, and patient compliance dependent; however, it permits the detection of concurrent nonpancreatic disorders, screening for underlying causes of pancreatitis and ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration (FNA) cytology of the pancreas and

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in determining the underlying cause of renal disease, and assessment of cytologic and histologic samples can provide more detailed information about structural abnormalities and the etiopathogenesis of disease in the kidney. Histologic examination is

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-mediated thrombocytopenia is most often diagnosed by ruling out other causes of thrombo-cytopenia. 6 Thrombocytopenia in dogs is an accepted indication for bone marrow examination. 1,7 However, it has been the clinical impression of the authors that cytologic examination

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cytologic features of gastrointestinal tract tumors in dogs and cats 13–15 or described the use of ultrasoundguided fine-needle biopsy to establish a diagnosis of gastrointestinal tract neoplasia. 16–18 Percutaneous ultrasound-guided fine-needle biopsy is

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Cytologic examination of aspirates, imprints, and other samples is an important diagnostic tool in veterinary practice. Collection of samples is generally quick and relatively noninvasive, and examination of cytology samples typically does not

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for cytologic evaluation. On cytologic examination, the samples were highly cellular and consisted of many variably cohesive clusters of round to cuboidal cells with rare columnar epithelial cells ( Figure 3 ) . These cells had round or rarely

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sample collection from a lung segment or specific area of interest. To our knowledge, microbiologic and cytologic findings from sublobar BAL in healthy rabbits have not been reported. Establishment of reference intervals is critical for understanding of

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