Sarcoide equino en un caballo cuarto de milla de 14 años de edad
Laverde, Andrés Felipe | 2016
In the following article is about a case of a horse race quarter mile fourteen years old Cundinamarca department who suffered from equine sarcoid, where clinical signs, epidemiology, approach, gross and microscopic lesions will be discussed will be described; The animal presented multiple nodular masses throughout the body protruding about chest injuries in the head and foreskin with severe ulceration and diffuse lifting of the skin, characterized by a tumor, granulomatous, firm and fibrous appearance. Histopathology showed ulceration of epidermis and severe inflammatory infiltrate predominance of polymorphonuclear leukocytes (neutrophils)
located in the epithelium and in the submucosa further hemodynamic changes with hemorrhagic congestion with moderate anisokaryosis and anisocitosis with loose and shifted to the periphery chromatin, with 1 to 2 cores 0-1 is obvious evidence of mitotic figures per field 40X. Patient diagnosis was the result of the correlation of clinical, epidemiological, and pathological findings.