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Neoplastic Diseases

What type of disease accounts for 30% of all feline tumors? Lymphosarcomas (malignant lymphomas)
What are the 3 major types of lymphosarcomas? Multicentric. Thymic. Alimentary.
Multicentric tumors are predominantly what kind of tumors? T CELL
What is another name for the Thymic lymphosarcomas? Primarily seen in? Type of tumor? Mediastenal. Kittens. T CELL
Alimentary lymphosarcoma is observed in ? cats. It is a ? cell tumor. Cats are usually feline leukemia ? OLDER. B. NEGATIVE
This is a group of primary bone marrow disorders characterized by adnormal proliferation of one or more hematopoietic cell lines. Myeloproliferative disease. Presense of large numbers of neoplastic cells in the bone marrow, nonregenerative anemia, and immunosuppression
What are 4 types of myeloproliferative diseases? Erythromyelosis. Granulocytic leukemia. Erythroleukemia. Myelofibrosis
What cell line is affected in Erthromyelosis? erythroid cell lines
What cells are affected in granulocytic leukemia? Neutrophils
What type of cell lines are affected in Erythroleukemia? erythroid and granulocytic myeloid precursors
What is a result of proliferation of fibroblasts and cancellous bone in Myelofibrosis? medullary osteosclerosis and myelofibrosis
Created by: lkollmeier