Lymphoproliferative disorders represent a significant
clinical problem in dogs. From a therapeutic viewpoint,
it is crucial to differentiate neoplastic lymphoid disease
– i.e. the lymphomas and leukaemias – from reactive,
hyperplastic lymphoid conditions. Nevertheless, the
unravelling of nodal or extranodal lymphoproliferative
conditions frequently represents a diagnostic challenge for
veterinary pathologists. By Evert van Garderen, Veterinary
Pathologist, Laboratory for Pathology and Histology at
GD Animal Health

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