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Anatomical Pathology of Myeloma
Dr. Paul Mellor, DECVIM

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Fig. 1a: Splenomegaly (apparently single non-cutaneous extramedullary plasmacytoma in an adult domestic shorthaired cat - intra-operative view) (Severine Tasker, University of Bristol)
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Fig. 1b: Splenomegaly (post splenectomy - approximately 14cm long spleen from the same cat shown in 1a) (Severine Tasker, University of Bristol)
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Fig. 2: Hepatomegaly (apparently single non-cutaneous extramedullary plasmacytoma in a cat - liver at necropsy).
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Fig. 3: Hepatomegaly (liver at necropsy - this cat had diffuse myeloma cell infiltration of the liver and hepatic lymph nodes).
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Fig. 4: Cutaneous plasmacytomas - two dermal masses over the lateral thigh and dorsal hip (this cat had cytological evidence of concurrent hepatic myeloma).
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Fig. 5: Cutaneous plasmacytoma - cut section of one of the masses shown in Fig. 4.

Table of Contents
The Veterinary Myeloma Website
Dr. Paul Mellor, DECVIM
Introduction
What are myeloma related disorders
Clinical signs
Diagnosis
Imaging Findings
Clinico-pathological Findings
Anatomical Pathology
Cytology, Histopathology
Other Images
Immunohistochemistry
Mis-diagnosis of MRD
Treatment and Survival
Clinical Research & Trials
MRD References
History, Acknowledgements, Links
Bio

Date Published: June 6, 2007 Paul Mellor


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