H&E Cross-section through caudal vertebra
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haematoxylin and eosin, showing anisokaryosis of the epithelial cells with a rim of more basophilic cytoplasm at the periphery of the hepatocytes. Brown pigment is also visible. x40.
Pan cytokeratin immunohistochemistry showing positive epithelial membrane and cytoplasmic staining.
peripheral nerve staining positive with PgP9.5 immunohistochemistry. x40
positive Fluoro-Jade C staining
oligodendroglioma x 200
Urothelial hyperplasia x 5
eosinophilic chief cells x 20 obj
cytoplasmic alteration characterised by a very finely granular, pale eosinophilic central area (ground glass appearance) with a rim of more basophilic cytoplasm at the periphery of the hepatocytes. Brown pigment is also visible. x40.
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