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Other Cytological and Histopathological Images of MRD
Dr. Paul Mellor, DECVIM

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Fig 1a: Mature myeloma cells - cytological appearance.
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Fig. 1b: Mature myeloma cells - histopathological appearance.
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Fig. 2a: Proplasmacytes - cytological appearance.
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Fig. 2b: Proplasmacytes - histopathological appearance.
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Fig. 3a: Plasmablasts - cytological appearance.
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Fig. 3b: Plasmablasts - histopathological appearance.
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Fig. 4: Histopathological section of a surgical biopsy of the lumbar vertebral body L6 in a case of feline solitary plasmacytoma of bone. There is extensive infiltration of inter-trabecular spaces by a neoplastic round cell population. The infiltrating cells have abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm with eccentrically located hyperchromatic round-to-oval nuclei consistent with consistent with proplasmacytes (haematoxylin and eosin stain, original magnification x200).
(Case 1, (Mellor et al 2007b)) (copyright Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, Elsevier).
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Fig. 5: Higher power of Fig 4 (HE, original magnification x1000).
(Case 1, (Mellor et al 2007b)) (copyright Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, Elsevier).

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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