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Normal cell morphology in canine end feline cytology - an identification guide
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Normal cell morphology in canine end feline cytology - an identification guide
2nd ed., 177 pages, 180 ill., John Wiley & Sons, September 2017

Item Code: CITO31
ISBN: 9781119278894
Weigth: 400 g
Species: Dog/Cat
Discipline: Cytology/Diagnostic cytology
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Description
Concise and practical visual guide to normal cell identification for all those dealing with cytology in the dog and cat. 
Normal Cell Morphology in Canine and Feline Cytology: An Identification Guide takes a uniquely visual approach to normal cell identification in dogs and cats. Single-page presentations offer vivid snapshots of particular cell types, with high quality microphotographs matched with annotated schematic diagrams and accompanying explanatory text. Providing a vital understanding of what normal cells look like, this text is ideal for all those in small animal veterinary practice examining cytology samples.
The book begins with a concise, yet comprehensive introduction to the principles of morphological identification, followed by a description of the distribution of cells and where different cell types can be sampled from in the various tissues and organs. The main part of the book is devoted to describing each cell type and its characteristics. Cytoarchitectures, observed non-cellular material and general pathological changes are also described.
  • Offers a unique alphabetically organised visual guide to each cell type, covering cells from every type of organ and system
  • Features an abundance of full-colour microphotographs accompanied by beautifully rendered schematic diagrams, making cell identification quick and easy
  • Includes a visual index for ultimate ease of navigation at the microscope
Normal Cell Morphology in Canine and Feline Cytology is a must-have text for veterinary students and an indispensable bench manual for small animal veterinary practitioners. 
Contents
Foreword ix
Introduction xi
1 Cellular biology and cytological interpretation: the philosophy behind the system 1
Shape and observation 1
Morphology, identity and behaviour 1
Identity and interpretation 2
Behaviour and interpretation 2
Knowledge and interpretation 2
Cellular morphologies 3
Nuclear morphologies 5
Cytoplasmic morphologies 9
Supercellular morphologies 11
2 Distribution of cells in tissues and organs 13
Introduction 13
Distribution of cells in normal tissues and organs 18
3 Cytotypes 25
Introduction 25
Activated mesothelial cell 27
Adipocyte 28
Adipophage 29
Adrenal cell 30
Alveolar macrophage 31
Anal sac apocrine cell 32
Apocrine cell 33
Astrocyte 34
Band cell 35
Basal cell 36
Basophil 37
Basophilic rubricyte 38
Biliary cell 39
Cardiomyocyte 40
Cell ]laden macrophage 41
Centroblast 42
Centrocyte 43
Ceroid ]laden macrophage 44
Chondroblast 45
Ciliated epithelial cell 46
Conjunctival columnar cell 47
Conjunctival goblet cell 48
Conjunctival squamous cell 49
Endocrine pancreas cell 50
Endotheliocyte 51
Enterocyte 52
Eosinophil 53
Ependymal cell 54
Epididymal cell 55
Epithelioid macrophage 56
Erythrocyte 57
Exocrine pancreas cell 58
Fibroblast 59
Fibrocyte 60
Flame cell 61
Gastric chief cell 62
Gastric mucous surface cell 63
Gastric parietal cell 64
Goblet cell 65
Granular lymphocyte 66
Granulosa cell 67
Haemosiderophage 68
Hepatocyte 69
Hepatoid cell 70
Immunoblast 71
Inflammatory giant cell 72
Intermediate squamous epithelial cell 73
Ito cell 74
Keratinized squamous epithelial cell 75
Kupffer cell 76
Leydig cell 77
Lipoblast 78
Luteal cell 79
Lymphoglandular body 80
Macrophage 81
Mammary foam cell 82
Mammary gland cell 83
Mast cell 84
Mature non ]nucleated keratinized squamous cell 85
Megakaryoblast 86
Megakaryocyte 87
Melanocyte 88
Melanophage 89
Mesothelial cell 90
Metamyelocyte 91
Metarubricyte 92
Microorganism ]laden macrophage 93
Monoblast 94
Monocyte 95
Mott cell 96
Myeloblast 97
Myelocyte 98
Myoepithelial cell 99
Neuron 100
Neutrophil 101
Non ]keratinized squamous epithelial cell 102
Normochromatic rubricyte 103
Oligodendrocyte 104
Oocyte 105
Osteoblast 106
Osteoclast 107
Parabasal squamous epithelial cell 108
Parathyroid chief cell 109
Pituicyte 110
Plasma cell 111
Plasmacytoid cell 112
Platelet 113
Pneumocyte 114
Polychromatic rubricyte 115
Polychromatophilic erythrocyte 116
Promegakaryocyte 117
Promyelocyte 118
Prorubricyte 119
Prostate cell 120
Renal tubular cell 121
Rhabdomyocyte 122
Rubriblast 123
Salivary gland cell 124
Sebocyte 125
Sertoli cell 126
Small lymphocyte 127
Smooth muscle cell 128
Spermatogenic cell 129
Spermatozoon 130
Splenic macrophage 131
Synoviocyte 132
Thymic epithelial cell 133
Thyroid follicular cell 134
Thyroid parafollicular cell 135
Tingible body macrophage 136
Urothelial cell 137
4 Cytoarchitectures 139
Introduction 139
Absence of cytoarchitecture (or sheets of cells) 140
Acinar cytoarchitecture 141
Honeycomb cytoarchitecture 142
Palisade cytoarchitectures 143
Papillary cytoarchitecture 144
Pavement cytoarchitecture 145
Perivascular cytoarchitecture 146
Solid three ]dimensional cytoarchitecture 147
Storiform cytoarchitecture 148
Trabecular cytoarchitectures 149
Tubular cytoarchitecture 150
5 Background 151
Introduction 151
Absence of background 151
Blood background 151
Background composed of matrix 152
6 Morphological alterations of cells 157
Introduction 157
Morphological alterations related to cellular degeneration 157
Morphological alterations linked to cellular death 157
Atypical features 159
Visual index 173
Author(s) CV
Lorenzo Ressel is a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Pathology at the Institute of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool, UK and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
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