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Arq. bras. med. vet. zootec ; 66(2): 355-359, Jan.-Apr. 2014. ilus
Article in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: lil-709270

ABSTRACT

Condrossarcoma mesenquimal extraesquelético (CME) é um neoplasma maligno e raro em animais domésticos. Descreve-se um caso de CME em uma gata que apresentava uma massa firme, branco-amarelada, medindo 18cm de diâmetro, aderida à musculatura do membro pélvico esquerdo. O exame citológico revelou presença de células fusiformes individualizadas pleomórficas e agregados de pequenas células ovais, sem bordas definidas em meio à matriz intercelular amorfa. Devido à impossibilidade de tratamento e ao prognóstico desfavorável, foi realizada eutanásia. Microscopicamente foram observadas células fusiformes indiferenciadas e agregados de células condroides pleomórficas. O diagnóstico de CME foi confirmado pelas técnicas de azul alciano, tricrômico de Masson e pela prova imunoistoquímica, utilizando-se anticorpos antivimentina...


Extraskeletal mesenchymal chondrosarcoma (EMC) is a rare malignant tumor in domestic animals. We described a case of EMC in a cat with a mass measuring 18cm in diameter, yellowish-white and firm attached to the muscles in left hind limb. Cytological examination revealed the presence of individual pleomorphic spindle cells and clusters of small oval cells with no hard edges in the midst of an amorphous intercellular matrix. Due to the impossibility of treatment and poor prognosis, the cat was euthanized. Microscopically undifferentiated spindle cells and clusters of pleomorphic chondroid cells were observed. The CME diagnosis was confirmed with thealcian blue, Masson's trichrome and immunohistochemistry techniques, using antivimentin antibodies...


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Animals , Cats , Cats , Chondrosarcoma, Mesenchymal/diagnosis , Chondrosarcoma, Mesenchymal/veterinary , Kinesthesis , Motor Skills Disorders , Proprioception
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Int. j. morphol ; 26(4): 861-875, Dec. 2008. ilus
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: lil-532965

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A la Clínica Veterinaria de la Universidad de los Llanos, llegó un canino hembra de 9 años de edad raza Chow Chow, cuyo motivo de consulta fue epistaxis bilateral 4 meses atrás y una masa en la región nasal. Según lo reportado por el propietario, la masa había comenzado a salir 1 mes atrás del día de la consulta. Al examen clínico presentaba una masa subdérmica en la región nasal superior de 2 cm de diámetro. Se realizó una citología de la misma y se encontraron células inflamatorias sin presencia de células neoplásicas. El paciente volvió al mes y la masa con un diámetro de 5cm, estaba ubicada en la región nasal superior y región zigomática. El can presentaba disnea, anorexia, deshidratación del 6 por ciento, secreción mucopurulenta nasal y ocular, midriasis bilateral, reflejo corneal bilateral negativo, aumento de la presión infraocular del ojo derecho. En la glándula mamaria inguinal derecha presentaba una masa de 2cm de diámetro dura y móvil. Se realizó una citología por aspirado con aguja fina, de distintas zonas de las masas, tanto de la nariz, como de la glándula mamaria. Se valoró la citología permitiéndose definir el origen tumoral del proceso. Se realizó biopsia por incisión de la región sinonasal, diagnosticándose tumor mesenquimal maligno grado tres condrosarcoma sinonasal, conformado por células cartilaginosas pleomórficas con anisocariosis. Se realizaron radiografías de la región nasal y del pulmón, encontrándose una zona radiopaca a nivel del seno maxilar con osteolisis del hueso, se evidenciaba la masa de aproximadamente 4 cm de ancho por 2 cm de largo en el lado derecho. En el pulmón no se evidenció metástasis. Después del diagnóstico de histopatología se decide realizar la eutanasia, encontrándose histopatológicamente metástasis en pulmón, confirmación del condrosarcoma mesenquimal y un carcinosarcoma de glándula mamaria.


To the Veterinary Clinic of the Universidad de los Llanos, come a 9 years old Chow Chow female canine, whose consultation reason was a bilateral epistaxis occurred 4 months ago, sudden loss of the vision and a mass in the nasal region of 2cm of diameter approximately, according to the report of the owner, the mass showed up 1 month the day of the consultation. To the clinical exam they were the following abnormal discoveries. Hirsute hair, opaque, presented a subdermic mass approximately in the nasal region superior of 2 cm. diameter that grew to 5 cm. diameter after 1 month of the consultation, located in the nasal region superior and zigomatic region, of hard consistency, the animal had dysnea, bilateral mydriasis, the bilateral corneal reflection was negative, increase of the infraocular pressure of the right eye, the realized test of obstacles in the clinic was negative, that which showed us a blindness. Besides a complete clinical exploration and taking of the advantages of the cytology, she was carried out an aspired with fine needle of different areas of the masses so much neoplastic of the nose and of the region of the mammary gland, being obtained two types of samples. The cytology was evaluated to define origin of the tumors of the process. She was carried out biopsy for incision of the sinunosal region being diagnosed wicked tumor mesenchymal Chondrosarcoma sinunasal that commits bone. After having carried out the autopsy they took samples for histopathology. Being diagnosed mesenchymal chondrosarcoma sinunasal grade 3, with metastasis to lung, and a carcinosarcoma of mammary gland.


Subject(s)
Animals , Dogs , Carcinosarcoma/pathology , Carcinosarcoma/veterinary , Dog Diseases/pathology , Mammary Neoplasms, Animal/pathology , Chondrosarcoma, Mesenchymal/pathology , Chondrosarcoma, Mesenchymal/veterinary , Mammary Glands, Animal/pathology , Paranasal Sinus Neoplasms/pathology , Paranasal Sinus Neoplasms/veterinary
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