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What do prostates and bees have in common?

Benign prostatic hyperplasia is a hormonally induced, non-neoplastic enlargement of the prostate in intact dogs.

 

Prostate epithelial cells are some of my favs (is that weird?), because they...

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My favorite cytology textbook

There are some awesome veterinary cytology textbooks out there on the market, but one that I consistently use myself and recommend is Canine and Feline Cytology: A Color Atlas and Interpretation...

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The strangest place I've seen lymphoma

This was SUCH an interesting case, I had to show you guys! Never had seen it before, and haven’t seen it since.

 

This aspirate came from the prostate of an 11 year old intact male dog....

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Cyto Coffeehouse case spotlight: Prostatic UC/TCC

This case was posted in the Cytology Coffeehouse Facebook group back in 2018 by Dr. Shelby Hixon and is an excellent example of prostatic urothelial carcinoma (also/formally known as transitional...

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An abscess where?? That's gotta be uncomfortable...

Check out this crazy prostatic abscess cytology! 

 

I don’t know about you, but if I had a prostate, I know I wouldn’t want a mocha milkshake colored fluid in it...

 

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The prettiest cytoplasmic inclusions you'll ever see

If you’ve heard this word thrown around but haven’t known exactly what it is, here is a handy little definition graphic for you!

Melamed-Wolinska bodies are these absolutely gorg...

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