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22/04/2013 | Abdominal cavity (bovine)
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A growth was observed in a 6 year old cow as whitish plaques in the liver, lung, uterus, gastrointestinal tract, omentum, pleura, and peritoneum.

The proliferative plaques were observed both in the pleura and the peritoneum. The diaphragm was lined by the lesion.

The proliferative plaques were observed both in the pleura and the peritoneum. The diaphragm was lined by the lesion.

Some of the nodules had a reddish colouration.

Some of the nodules had a reddish colouration.

Lesion detail on the peritoneum.

Lesion detail on the peritoneum.



What is your diagnosis? (9)

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Histopathological study revealed a dense neoplastic proliferation with conspicuous evidence of malignancy ans squamous differentiation

 

A diagnosis of methastatic squamous cell carcinoma was established.

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Tuberculosis
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Mesothelioma
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Chronic proliferative polyserositis
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Squamous cell carcnimoma
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