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- Sigrist, N.E.; Schefer, R.J. Jud; Kutter, A.P.N.
- The veterinary journal 2018 v.242 pp. 67-73
- angiostrongylosis; apoproteins; blood platelets; cat diseases; cats; coagulation; cytochalasin D; databases; disease susceptibility; dog diseases; dogs; fibrinolysis; firmness; hemorrhage; hospitals; liver diseases; medical records; neoplasms
- ... Hyperfibrinolysis (HFL) is a pathophysiological mechanism that has not been described in dogs or cats extensively. The aim of this study was to describe rotational thromboelastometry (ROTEM) parameters and underlying diagnosis in dogs and cats with HFL and evaluate association with bleeding diathesis. The ROTEM database was retrospectively searched for EXTEM (ROTEM activated with proprietary tissu ...
- Sulce, M.; Marconato, L.; Martano, M.; Iussich, S.; Dentini, A.; Melega, M.; Miniscalco, B.; Riondato, F.
- The veterinary journal 2018 v.242 pp. 15-23
- antigens; dogs; eosinophils; flow cytometry; immunoglobulin E; lymph nodes; mast cells; neoplasms
- ... Mast cell tumors (MCT) are among the most frequent tumors in dogs, but studies regarding canine mast cell immunophenotype are lacking. The aim of this study was to assess the feasibility of flow cytometric analysis of MCTs, to describe canine MCTs immunophenotype(s), and to evaluate the ability of flow cytometry to detect mast cells in lymph node aspirates. Thirty-four primary canine MCTs and 12 d ...