By Elizabeth Aughey
Organized by means of body-system, this hugely illustrated quantity covers the conventional histological visual appeal of tissues in quite a lot of animals, either household and unique species, with appropriate medical correlates emphasizing the necessity to enjoy the traditional with a purpose to realize the irregular. The breadth of coverage―farm animals, canines, cats, horses, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish―and the mixing of ordinary and irregular tissue offer a reference of lasting worth to veterinary scholars, veterinary practitioners, and pathologists.
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29 Endocrine glands Endocrine glands have no ducts. 29). Detailed discussion of these glands can be found in Chapter 10. 29 Pars distalis of the adenohypophysis (pituitary gland; cat). The secretory cells are closely associated with a rich network of blood vessels. H & E. ×200. Clinical correlates A large variety of benign and malignant epithelial tumours are recognized in domestic animals. 30. The neoplastic cells are large with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm and form nests where cells differentiate and keratinize towards the centres.
The most numerous of the white cells in domestic animals, with the exception of oxen and sheep, are the polymorphonuclear leucocytes (PMLs), large granulocytes (10–12 +m in diameter) with lobed nuclei, usually five lobes joined by thin strands of chromatin. 6). Staining of the granules is very variable and the individual granules are small and difficult to identify. 7). They are associated with response to parasitic infections and allergic reactions. The heterophil is another granulocyte that is present in the lower vertebrates.
125. 24 Pericyte. Loose connective tissue (cat). The pericyte is arrowed in the wall of the arteriole. (1) Vein. (2) Lymphatic vessel. (3) Fibrocyte. (4) Extracellular matrix. H & E. ×100. Connective Tissue fibrocyte. 4). 27). 25 Loose connective tissue (cat). Blood vessels: (1) artery; (2) vein. (3) Nerves. (4) Extracellular matrix. (5) Fibrocytes. (6) Collagen fibres. (7) Smooth muscle of the uterine wall. H & E. ×100. 26 Dense connective tissue (dog). Fibrocytes (arrowed). (1) Collagen fibres.