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Introducing, Path Chats!

I have a very exciting announcement...

Introducing...the Path Chats series!


In this video series, I sit down with folks in veterinary medicine to discuss pathology careers and path-related...

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Which of these are you least likely to see in an effusion?

There are a number of different types of neoplasia you can see in effusions. 


Of the ones listed here, which do you think you’re LEAST likely to see neoplastic cells within the...

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Cyto Coffeehouse Case Spotlight: Pleural effusion in a cat

Cyto Coffeehouse Member Case Spotlight Time! 


This case was posted by Sarah Dasher. This is pleural effusion from a 9 year old cat with a 6 week history of difficulty breathing.


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Case of a kitten with a mysterious pleural effusion

This case is such a bummer, but a really good one to show how malignancies can affect animals of any age. 


A 1 year old castrated male cat presented to his vet for being a bit less...

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The difference between lymphoma and chyle

Remember that just because you see lymphocytes in an effusion doesn’t automatically mean it’s lymphoma. 


The case on the left here is lymphoma from a pleural effusion. We...

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The carcinoma vs. reactive mesothelial cell conundrum

One of the most commonly misinterpreted cells when it comes to effusion cytology is the reactive mesothelial cell


Reactive mesos can look wild! Things we normally consider criteria of...

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