Comparative veterinary histology : with clinical correlates by Elizabeth Aughey PDF

By Elizabeth Aughey

Organized by way of body-system, this hugely illustrated quantity covers the conventional histological visual appeal of tissues in quite a lot of animals, either family and unique species, with appropriate scientific correlates emphasizing the necessity to enjoy the conventional so that it will realize the irregular. The breadth of coverage―farm animals, canines, cats, horses, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish―and the combination of standard and irregular tissue offer a reference of lasting worth to veterinary scholars, veterinary practitioners, and pathologists.

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Compared with the bulk of the matrix, which stains poorly with H & E, the matrix in the immediate vicinity of the cells stains intensely with metachromatic dyes because of the presence of glycosaminoglycans. Mesenchymal tissue surrounds the developing cartilage and forms a fibrous covering, the perichondrium. The inner layer of the perichondrium is capable of generating new chondroblasts. Cartilage is thus able to grow from the pericardium by appositional growth, and by interstitial growth from within by chondrocyte division and deposition of new matrix.

23 Baso-eosinophilic myelogenous leukaemia in a boa constrictor (Boa C. constrictor). Note the dual population of eosinophilic and basophilic granules that characterize a clonal population of neoplastic granulocytic leucocytes. Wright’s. ×625. 24 Bone marrow (dog). (1) Basophilic erythroblast, prorubricyte. (2) Polychromatophil erythroblast, rubricyte. (3) Erythrocytes. (4) Myeloblast. (5) Promyelocyte. (6) Myelocyte. (7) Polymorphonuclear leucocytes. (8) Monocyte. Giemsa. ×250. 25 Bone marrow (dog).

The rubricyte (polychromatophilic erythroblast) has a dense nucleus in grey-pink cytoplasm, which is caused by the synthesis of haemoglobin. There are no further cell divisions; the nucleus condenses, the haemoglobin content of the cytoplasm increases and the cell is called a metarubricyte (normoblast). The nucleus then becomes extruded and the cell becomes a reticulocyte (an immature form of erythrocyte), small numbers of which are present in circulating blood. A similar series forms the granulocytes, beginning with the myeloblast, a large cell with a clear nucleus and a pale rim of agranular cytoplasm.

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