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Year : 2005, Volume : 29, Issue : 2
First page : ( 148) Last page : ( 149)
Print ISSN : 0250-4758. Online ISSN : 0973-970X. Published online : 2005 December 1.

Cytological and histopathological diagnosis. III. testicular tumours in canine*

Krithiga K.1,3Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, Manohar B. Murali3, Balachandran C.2,3

3Department of Veterinary Pathology, Madras Veterinary College, Chennai-600 007

1Institute of Vector Control and Zoonoses, Hosur.

2Centralised Clinical Laboratory

*Forms part of M.V.Sc. thesis of the first author approved by the Tamilnadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chennai - 600 051.


Fig. 1::

Seminoma: Enarged testicle with embedded tumorous mass and haemorrhagic cut surface


Fig. 2::

Seminoma. Cytology: Presence of round cells with round nuclei exhibiting anisokaryosis, scanty cytoplasm and presence of red blood cells. HEx320.


Fig. 3::

Seminoma: Section showing polyhedral cells, vesicular nucleus and prominent nucleolus, eosinophilic cytoplasm, moderate stroma. Mitotic figures seen. HE × 320.


Fig. 4::

Collision tumour showing reddish white labulated cut - surface.


Fig. 5::

collision tumour, cytology: Elongated cells with indistinct cellular outline, anisokaryosis, scanty vacuolated cytoplasm. HE × 800.


Fig. 6::

Sertoli cell tumour, Cytology: Spherical cells exhibiting anisocytosis and anisokaryosis. Large basophilic one to three nucleoli. Coarse, granular chromatin and moderate cytoplasm. WG × 1000.


Fig. 7::

Sertoli cell tumour: Section showing short columnar cell with basal oval vesicular nuclei and central distinct nucleoli. Nuclei hyperchromatic in some areas. HE × 450.







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