clinical pathology technicians as well as hospital technicians, students, and staff who were involved in the case.
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was considered to be secondary to the previous surgical procedure or a reaction to the mucin derived from adjacent neoplastic cells.
Dr. Watanabe was a visiting veterinarian in the Department of Pathology, College of
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Dr. Brito was a visiting student at the Department of Pathology, College of Veterinary Medicine, The University of Georgia
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