Revista MVZ Córdoba
versão impressa ISSN 0122-0268
A 5 year-old female Creole canine was taken to the veterinary clinic of the Universidad de Los Llanos, with anorexy history and with a lesion in the front region of face. The hemathological analysis showed light anemia, neutropenia with marked lymphocytosis. In the necrosis was evidenced hepatomegaly and hepatic congestion, splenomegaly, congestion of mesenteric vessels, the renal capsule came off with easiness and the renal periphery presented areas of low relief as well as pale areas in peel. The histopathology results showed compatible discoveries with lymphosarcoma that was classified as grade IV, with metastasis in liver kidney and spleen. The neoplasia found is compatible with lymphoma hepatosplenic; in which distribution of neoplasia cells was demonstrated reflecting a vascular tropism and the cutaneous lesion in the forehead could be primary or secondary result of lymphosarcoma; pathology was compatible with Pautrier microabscess.
Palavras-chave : Lymphosarcoma; hepatosplenic; canine; metastasis; Pautrier microabscess.