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Journal April 2008 (Vol 30, No 4)

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Canine Histiocytic Diseases

1.Which of the following statements about histiocytes is false?
2.Which of the following results of immunohistochemistry conducted on a formalin-fixed specimen suggests histiocytic disease?
3.Lesions typical of reactive histiocytosis are
4.Long-term medical immunosuppression is preferred over local surgical excision for the management of reactive histiocytosis because
5.A solitary, small, firm, dome-shaped, dermoepithelial mass on the neck of an otherwise healthy 1-year-old shar-pei should raise suspicion for
6.If the mass described in question 5 were snap frozen and submitted for immunohistochemical staining, results of CD1+, CD11c+, CD18+, MHC II+, ICAM-1+, CD4-, and CD90 (Thy 1)- would be consistent with a
7.Metastasis (local lymph node involvement) has been reported in ___ of cases with LHS.
8.______ is a poor prognostic factor associated with splenic LHS.
9.DHS and LHS can be distinguished based on
10.Which of the following statements about DHS is true?
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