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Image Quiz: Cutaneous & Subcutaneous Neoplasms

Sandra Axiak-Bechtel, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology), University of Missouri

Angela Royal, DVM, MS, DACVP (Clinical Pathology), University of Missouri

October 2015|Peer Reviewed

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Fine-needle aspiration and cytologic evaluation of cutaneous and subcutaneous masses are inexpensive and provide rapid results. In many cases, these techniques can differentiate benign from malignant neoplasia and define further diagnostic and treatment options.

In this challenge, match each case description and intermediate- to high-magnification cytologic image to the appropriate diagnosis.*

*All slides stained with Wright-Giemsa.

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Image Quiz: Cutaneous & Subcutaneous Neoplasms

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Clinician's Brief

A 6-year-old golden retriever was presented with a soft, freely movable mass on the right flank. The mass has been slowly growing over the past 6 months. (40× objective)

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An 8-year-old crossbreed dog was presented with a firm, fixed subcutaneous mass over the right hip. The mass has been growing rapidly over the past 2 months. (100× objective)

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A 3-year-old Boston terrier was presented with a firm, hairless, erythematous mass on the muzzle that has been present for 1 month. Swelling, erythema, and pruritus are also present in the area. (60× objective)

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A 9-year-old West Highland white terrier was presented with a small, smooth, pink cutaneous nodule that his owners first noted 2 weeks ago. (100× objective)

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A 2-year-old crossbreed dog was presented with a small, hairless, rapidly growing mass at the base of the right pinna. The mass is not bothersome to the dog. (60× objective)

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A 9-year-old white domestic shorthaired was presented with an ulcerative raised lesion at the tip of the left pinna. Pruritus is present, and the mass bleeds occasionally. (100× objective) 

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A 5-year-old chow chow was presented with a raised, hairless, pigmented mass on the left dorsal carpus. The mass has been present for 4 months and is slowly increasing in size. (60× objective) 

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A 6-year-old, outdoor-only, intact, crossbreed dog was presented with a red, poorly circumscribed penile mass that is erythematous and ulcerated. (100× objective)

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A 12-year-old cocker spaniel was presented with a 5-mm, hairless, raised cutaneous mass that has been present for 4 months. Similar masses are present on the dog’s head and neck. (60× objective)

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An 8-year-old German shepherd dog was presented with a 1-cm, soft, fluctuant, cutaneous mass of the caudal dorsum. The mass has been present for 1 month and has not changed in size since first noted.

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