The Microscopic Minute
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These three components are most important for evaluating and classifying cavitary effusions.
Total protein: The total protein of the effusion is part of how we classify effusions as...
Today's case spotlight is shared with us by fellow clinical pathologist, Dr. Giuseppe Menga. This is a buffy coat prep from a dog with Hepatozoon.
Look at those mamajammas!
In his post, Giuseppe...
Hemotropic mycoplasma affects multiple species. We most often think about it causing hemolytic anemia in cats, but do you know how it affects bovines clinically?
Spoiler alert: IT’S WEIRD.