By Terry W. Campbell, Krystan Grant
Clinical circumstances in Avian and unique Animal Hematology and Cytology demonstrates how you can use hemic cytology and cytodiagnosis as a part of the review of an unique animal sufferer, taking the reader via approximately a hundred real scientific instances. With a spotlight on cytological interpretation, the hands-on, functional procedure enables studying, educating, and comprehension. Well illustrated all through, Clinical circumstances in Avian and unique Animal Hematology and Cytology is a worthy advisor for exotics veterinarians, zoo and aquarium veterinarians, and veterinary hematologists.
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2). Fig. 1. Venipuncture (right jugular vein). Interpretive Discussion The images show an eosinophil (Fig. 2a), a lymphocyte (Fig. 2b), a monocyte (Fig. 2c), a basophil (Fig. 2d), and neutrophils (Figs. 2d). The erythrocytes in the images show increased polychromasia, 3+ anisocytosis, spherocytes, and schistocytes. Giant platelets can also be seen. The hemogram indicates a relative neutrophilia and lymphopenia, indicative of a stress leukogram and normal red blood cell indices. The blood film indicates increased polychromasia and anisocytosis.
The radiographs revealed multiple 3–5 mm in length, smoothly marginated, mineral opaque calculi located in the urinary bladder. 1a shows two heterophils and a basophil. The echinocytes are likely an artifact associated with crenation; however, they have been associated with renal disease and lymphoma in dogs (Thrall, 2004). 1b shows an eosinophil and a moderate number of polychromatic erythrocytes. 1c shows a lymphocyte and two monocytes. 1d shows a heterophil and a giant platelet. The platelets in the background of the images indicate that there is an adequate number.
A–d) The bone marrow aspirate (Wright–Giemsa stain, 100×). was obtained indicating an anemia with no reticulocytes, the client was asked to return the ferret for a bone marrow evaluation. The bone marrow findings indicated an immune-mediated hemolytic anemia with a maturation arrest of erythrocytes before the metarubricyte stage. This was supported by the presence of macrophages containing phagocytized erythrocytes, rubricytes, and leukocytes. 5 mg/kg twice daily to treat this condition. 40 CLINICAL CASES IN AVIAN AND EXOTIC ANIMAL HEMATOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY (a) (b) (c) (d) Fig.